Businesses and government agencies understand that "diversity" and "inclusion" are more than just human resources buzzwords. They are critical in building an engaged workplace that's more productive and innovative, and less likely to leave, than their homogenous counterparts. As a result, organisations are making efforts to increase Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) in the workplace.
In this report, you will find the key numbers and research you need to know to help build a more equitable workplace.
92% of organisations use reference checks, resumes and cover letters to screen job applicants, but only 32% use psychometric or aptitude tests for applicant screening.
3 in 10 managers have no formal training on inclusive hiring prior to interviewing applicants.
Only 1 in 10 managers say their organisations have a flexible hiring process that can be adapted to the position and candidate that apply.