5 No-Nonsense Tactics to Make “Diverse Hiring” More Than a Feel-Good Phrase

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Your company can say it wants more “diverse talent,” but you can’t leave it at that. While diversity sounds great and it’s easy to champion in the abstract, it can also be a fuzzy, feel-good band-aid that substitutes for more serious, uncomfortable conversations.

Diverse talent can mean women, underrepresented ethnicities, LGBTQ+ people, veterans, different economic backgrounds, or an intersectional mix of any of these communities—but if you just target “diverse talent” as one big group, you’re not really addressing any of them.

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