Attracting top talent and running a business that resonates with a wide audience requires a shift in diversity and championing an inclusive company culture. Diversity and inclusion (D&I) practices make workplaces better, and there are simple things that any company can do to appeal to diverse candidates. There are not only proven tangible business benefits to bringing together…
Showing workplace Pride is one thing. Getting certified for LGBTQ commitment’s a whole ‘nother level.Surprised to hear there are queer credentials for Canadian employers? A couple certifications spring to mind. At least one is for learning how to be more inclusive. Another qualifies small businesses as LGBTQ owned and operated suppliers.
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See beyond the misperceptions and artificial barriers at hiring time.
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Make sure you’re ready by incorporating accessibility into your recruitment and selection processes.