Stacey Gordon

Uncomfortable Conversations for Recruiters Part 2: Supporting Candidates

Uncomfortable Conversations for Recruiters Part 2: Supporting Candidates November 8, 2023 This week, we’re continuing our Uncomfortable Conversations for Recruiters series. In case you missed it, we started by doing a deep dive into collaborating with hiring managers, and how talent acquisition professionals can create accountability in working toward inclusion. Now, let’s shift our focus to thinking about […]

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Uncomfortable Conversations for Recruiters Part 1: Collaborating with Hiring Managers

A few things employees with disabilities wish their employers knew Published October 25, 2023 Has your workplace made any efforts to acknowledge National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) this year? If you hadn’t heard, NDEAM is recognized each year in October to highlight the contributions and achievements of employees with disabilities. ICYMI: you can check out

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A few things employees with disabilities wish their employers knew

A few things employees with disabilities wish their employers knew Published October 25, 2023 Has your workplace made any efforts to acknowledge National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) this year? If you hadn’t heard, NDEAM is recognized each year in October to highlight the contributions and achievements of employees with disabilities. ICYMI: you can check out

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“Speaking up” vs. “talking back”: what’s the difference?

“Speaking up” vs. “talking back”: what’s the difference? Published October 11, 2023 What’s the difference between “speaking up” and “talking back?” And who gets to decide? I think I can safely say that all working professionals – yes, every single one – would like to be able to come to work without having to worry about being harassed, having microaggressions

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Are you working hard or hardly working

Are you working hard or hardly working? Published October 4, 2023 Our workplaces are constantly evolving….in more ways than one. From how we work (think: AI technology) to where we work (think: virtual meetings from home), we’d be foolish to ignore all of this change. New employees are entering the workforce each and every year,

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Uncomfortable conversations aren’t all about talking

Experiential data can be a tool for inclusion Published September 20, 2023 We’ve been talking a lot this month about inclusive hiring. I started by calling out some unhealthy mindsets, and then wrote about how to identify bias within your current hiring system. But once you’ve begun to identify those kinds of mindsets and biases, then what? 

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Experiential data can be a tool for inclusion

Experiential data can be a tool for inclusion Published September 20, 2023 We’ve been talking a lot this month about inclusive hiring. I started by calling out some unhealthy mindsets, and then wrote about how to identify bias within your current hiring system. But once you’ve begun to identify those kinds of mindsets and biases, then what? 

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Your diversity hiring strategy can’t be solved by ‘lowering the bar’

Your diversity hiring strategy can’t be solved by ‘lowering the bar’ Published September 6, 2023 Let’s talk about inclusive hiring. When it comes to recruiting and retaining underrepresented minorities or professionals with marginalized identities (you might use the phrase ‘diverse talent,’ but we wish you wouldn’t), I often hear hiring managers talk about a need

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