Skill Level Beginner
- As you look around for the next step in your career you probably have a wishlist of qualities that you're looking for. You want a great salary, valuable benefits and opportunities for growth, of course. More and more people are adding another priority to that list though. They're looking for employers who embrace and emphasize diversity and inclusion within the workforce. Whether you're the member of a minority group or you just want to support an employer who's taken the right steps forward. It, isn't always easy to find out which businesses truly support diverse communities. After all every employer wants to make themselves look as attractive as possible so that they'll have their choice of top candidates. For that purpose, Some businesses strive to appear a bit more diverse than they truly are. The good news is you don't have to take a shot in the dark. Hi, my name is Chris Taylor and throughout my career in recruiting and professional development I've developed a step-by-step plan to assess employers and to separate those who seem inclusive, from those who actually are. Join me as we take a look at these strategies so that you can put them to work within your job search.