Find out the biggest diversity recruiting trends to anticipate this year.
TL;DR: We’ve asked 14 DEI trailblazers and talent experts to answer the biggest diversity recruiting questions for 2022.
With 2021 behind us, it is important to reflect on what we have learned last year, while anticipating what's to come. To help you and your team hit the ground running, we spoke with DEI leaders and Talent giants to answer the top diversity hiring questions for this year.
Here are the lessons from 2021, the biggest needle movers for this year, and challenges to anticipate — straight from the experts themselves.
Who should read:
- Talent Leaders
- DEI Practitioners
- Hiring Managers
What you will learn:
- What are the biggest lessons from 2021?
- What should companies stop doing in 2022?
- What trends will we see this year?
- What will be the biggest needle movers for 2022?
- What are the biggest challenges to anticipate?
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What Are The Biggest Lessons From 2021?
Whenever you create an impactful plan, you should always start by looking back. This is exactly the case when it comes to building out a strong diversity recruiting plan. Take stock of what you learned in 2021. What were the biggest takeaways from the initiatives you implemented? Is there something you would have done differently, and why?
Here, you can find the top insights from 2021 straight from the pros.Find out
What Should Companies Stop Doing In 2022?
We’re always talking about what companies should start doing when it comes to diversity recruiting and DEI initiatives. But where is the conversation about what companies should stop doing? While it's important for companies to take on new initiatives or programs, it's also vital to take a step back and determine what not to do.
Here is some great advice on what your team should consider not doing this year, according to DEI and Talent experts.Find out
What Trends Will We See This Year?
What will diversity recruiting look like this year? While there is no crystal ball for DEI work, there are certain trends we are starting to see emerge that companies should be focusing on. To help you put your best foot forward, we asked seasoned DEI leaders to share the biggest trends they predict for this year.Find out
What Will Be The Biggest Needle Movers For 2022?
When it comes to diversity recruiting and your hiring efforts, you want to make sure you hit the ground running. But as we know, it’s easier said than done. What will make you hit your goals faster? Make sure that you're investing in initiatives that will move the needle.
Luckily, we’ve gathered the biggest needle movers that your company should focus on from the experts themselves. Now, instead of placing your attention on the wrong things, you will be hyper-focused on what will actually lead to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce.Find out
What Are The Biggest Challenges To Anticipate?
You can have the most comprehensive diversity recruitment plan for the year, but if you don't anticipate what challenges your team might face, you may still be at risk of not hitting your goals. By accounting for the challenges you might need to overcome, you’ll be making a much more strategic plan for the year.
The following are the biggest challenges for the upcoming year according to the experts.Find out
Featuring These DEI & Talent Experts
Individuals are waking up to the realization that they deserve to be in organizations that respect and support them. Many leaders are busy chasing diversity, equity, and inclusion goals and want to increase the diversity of representation on their teams. Yet those same leaders must be equally focused on ensuring all individuals feel like they have a place in their organizations.”
Head of Inclusion, Equity and Impact at Carta
2021 reminded us that we have to constantly innovate how we take care of our people, often in the face of historically unprecedented challenges. A well-cared-for workforce becomes your most powerful recruiting tool, particularly for underrepresented talent."
Vice President and Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer
Everyone has to be involved in diversity hiring from actively sourcing candidates, mitigating potential bias in the hiring process, to making sure that candidates enter an inclusive and accepting environment."
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Professional