Measure How Successfully You Are Hiring Diverse Talent
The benefits of hiring a diverse workforce are well documented. But before you can make any progress towards creating a more inclusive organization, it’s essential to audit your current process for hiring diverse talent. An important part of this process is identifying the obstacles impeding your ideal goal. At what stage is the problem located? Is it a sourcing issue or are you losing candidates along the way?
Next, identify the metrics you want to improve. The easiest way to improve the D&I outcomes of your hiring processes is to choose one metric at a time and focus on driving change. For example: Increase the percentage of women in software development roles by 15 percent within the next six months.
After you have executed your actions towards a more inclusive TA process, go back to the metric and goal you identified for hiring diverse talent. Assess if you reached your goal. Evaluate which strategies were effective, and which ones weren’t, and re-iterate your process. Only once you see true results can you consider your next objective.
By breaking down progress and holding your organization accountable for incremental steps, you’re much more likely to ingrain the process of hiring diverse employees into your talent acquisition organization. And having access to real-time data that demonstrates the progress you have made towards creating an inclusive culture will keep motivation up.
– Report on your most relevant D&I KPIs with Avature’s Diversity Hiring Dashboard. Choose anything from:
- Employee ethnicity distribution.
- Male/female annual salary.
- Employee age and gender distribution.
- And more!
– Looking for more complex reporting? Leverage our custom report builder or ask for help from an Avature specialist for both historical and real-time reports of your company’s D&I health.
– Personalize dashboards for each stakeholder and display only information relevant to them.
Industry Leaders in Action
Don’t just take our word for it! Discover how some of the world’s leading companies are leveraging Avature to activate innovative strategies that embrace D&I head on.
10%increase in female applicants
CBRE leveraged Avature to build a diversity strategy for their most diverse region: Asia-Pacific and saw a 10 percent increase in female applicants for leadership positions as a result.
William Blair uses four different reports to keep an eye on diversity at every step of the process. They take into account gender, ethnicity and race. Over time, they can identify if any minority is not applying to the company.