Plum knows that when people flourish, business thrives. That’s why the revolutionary talent assessment platform uses predictive psychometric data to inform objective talent decisions, which means companies do not have to venture far to find new talent. Instead, organizations can look for untapped potential in their existing pool of employees. To support this thinking, Plum developed a single psychometric assessment able to empower you to mobilize your talent and invest in your current workforce.Read More
If your company has moved remote in response to the COVID-19 physical distancing measures, you’re likely set up in your new home working environment by now, and figuring out what’s working well for you. But you're also probably discovering (with possible alarm) what isn't. This new reality so many of us are finding ourselves in comes with many perks, but also many challenges, and we’re here to help.
At #movethedial Summit in Toronto this year, Molly Q Ford, Senior Director of Global Equality Programs at Salesforce, said, “Culture fit is the new racism. Forget that word. It should be culture add-on.”
Unless you’re Apple or Google, chances are, when a job seeker clicks on your open job on Monster or Indeed, it’s the first time they’re interacting with your company brand.
This article was originally published in Techvibes.
We’ve seen how putting bias-reducing hiring practices and inclusive culture initiatives on the back-burner for too long can build up and erupt: Uber, Google, Tesla—the list goes on.
The facts are clear: diverse teams are more innovative and better problem-solvers.
So why do we keep hiring people who are like ourselves?
Go beyond just talking about diversity - it's time to commit.
If there’s any one lesson to be learned from 2017, it’s that company culture can make or break a business.
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