Tag: Black

How We Celebrated Black History Month

The past few years have especially shown us that Black history is occurring right before our eyes, and we wanted to acknowledge both the historical and present-day achievements and struggles of BIPOC. Here are some of the ways Hireology celebrated Black History Month.  Our Contributions “Hireology is not only celebrating, but embracing Black History Month,” … How We Celebrated Black History Month Read More…

Black History Month? But I’m Not Black!

In years past I’ve had employees at my door every Independence Day, Memorial Day, Pride Month, Cinco de Mayo, and St. Patrick’s Day, even Movember, asking, “what are we doing?” “Is the office closing early?” All clamoring to offer ideas on how we would either celebrate, observe, or commemorate the most notable of events surrounding these days. But when it comes to Black History…

New Startup: Black Tech Pipeline

A new startup which features a job board and recruiting resources for black technologists has launched. As reported by TechCrunch; Black Tech Pipeline aims to debunk that myth and help support Black technologists along their respective journeys. Black Tech Pipeline, founded by Pariss Athena, has three key offerings: a job board where anyone can pay to be featured, a recruitment and consulting service and…

Incluzion Launches Remote Jobs and Learning Platform for Black & Latinx Communities

ATLANTA, Aug. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Incluzion, the first online platform connecting companies to Black and Latinx talent for freelance work, is proud to announce the launch of Incluzion Learning, and the Incluzion Remote Jobs. Platforms designed to provide a way to empower Black and Latinx people with skills and opportunities that will help them work safely at home. Incluzion Learning, a crowdsourced course platform, was developed as a method…

Do you pay a larger employee referral bonus for Black Engineers?

I know a ton of HR Pros right now who have been charged by their organizations to go out and “Diversify” their workforce.  By “Diversify”, I’m not talking about diversity of thought, but to recruit a more diverse workforce in terms of ethnic, gender, and racial diversity. Clearly, by bringing in more individuals from underrepresented groups in your workforce, you’ll expand the “thought diversification”,…

Conversations with Black Talent Professionals: Ifeyinwa Walker, CEO of Offor, New Orleans

Meet Ifeyinwa (Ify) Walker, CEO of national talent brokering firm Offor, and diversity trailblazer in executive recruitment. I began following Ify on LinkedIn a few years ago, where she shares impassioned posts about racial justice in relation to hiring. What struck me the most about Ify was first, her skills as a writer, which drew me to notice her unique journey into the talent…

Conversations with Black Talent Professionals: Drake, Executive Search Research Assistant, New York City

How a top Executive Search & Management Consulting Firm failed an exceptional Black graduate– in both the recruitment process and in his first year on the job. “I don’t think there’s an initiative that could help…I don’t go to sleep at night feeling optimistic about how the situation could improve. Because I sit and I watch companies give their employees Juneteenth off, and that’s…

The Weight of This Moment as a Black Father

Welcome to VIBE Voices. We created this series to provide a place for conversations around VIBE: valuing inclusion, belonging, and equity for all. We believe these sometimes difficult discussions are more important than ever.   In this post, we share the voice of Chad Belinfanti, an integration consultant at Workday who is based in Atlanta. He’s also a member of Workday’s Talented Tenth employee belonging…

Indeed CEO: A message of acknowledgement and support to the Black community

Indeed sent the following email to its employees on 6/1/2020 Content Warning: The following contains comments about racism, murder, police brutality, and may be triggering. Like many of you, our family has spent much of the past week watching and absorbing news of the protests over the death of George Floyd. The wounds are still […] The post Indeed CEO: A message of acknowledgement…

How White People Can Celebrate Black History

“Happy Black History Month!” Sometimes white people tiptoe around saying that. Wish you didn’t have to say it? Well, think about how black people feel. They probably don’t want to say it either. They probably wish that we learned about the history of everyone in this nation including African Americans. But nay, as a country we have failed to teach all of our country’s…

5 Things To Do At The Office On Black Friday

A few years back I wrote a post over at The Project called the 5 Things To Do at Work the Day after Thanksgiving.  It’s solid, a bit boring for my taste. Probably when I wrote it, like writing this post, I believed it wouldn’t be read by anyone, so let’s not put too much time into it! But, it’s worth a look, there…