Spotlight for Recruiting ProfessionalsOctober 24, 2012
Organizations with a formal diversity recruiting effort are better able to bring in diverse candidates than those that have no defined effort. For example, results of NACE’s 2011 Recruiting Benchmarks Survey found that, although African Americans accounted for just 8.1 percent of the bachelor’s degrees conferred, African-American candidates make up an average of 10.5 percent of new college hires among organizations with a defined effort. In comparison, among companies without an effort, just 4.5 percent of new college hires were African Americans.
There are several steps organizations that are successful in diversity recruiting take. Among them are:
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