A Step-by-Step Guide to Cultivating Diversity and Inclusion Part 8: After the Hire

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We believe passionately that diverse and inclusive companies make for more innovative, engaged, and happy teams, and we speak with forward-thinking talent leaders all the time who feel the same. We’re writing this series on how to improve diversity and inclusion in the workplace because people are ready for the next level of discourse around diversity and inclusion; one aimed at actual solutions. In it, you’ll find tactical advice, beneficial resources, and examples of what companies are doing today to make real progress in diversity and inclusion. Read the series introduction for more on what we’ll cover, and sign up for updates to make sure you receive every upcoming post.

So, you’ve hired some fantastic candidates and now they’re full-fledged employees and we know that having a great onboarding process is imperative to your new hire’s success. Your new hires have come to appreciate–and expect–the inclusive culture you’ve both told them about and shown them through the interview process. Now that they’re here, they’re looking forward to cultivating and enhancing this culture with you. So, how do you make sure that you’re walking the talk?

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