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Breaking Down Hiring Barriers with Abbey Carlton of Indeed
Abbey Carlton, VP, Social Impact at Indeed, shares more about Indeed’s work to break down bias and barriers in hiring.
Why Responsible AI Is ‘Life or Death’
At the inaugural Leadership Connect Global Summit, Indeed CEO Chris Hyams and Dr. Safiya Noble discussed the importance of ethically using AI in hiring.
How to Celebrate the Holidays Inclusively at Work
Indeed leaders share more on how to embrace the festive spirit at your company while creating an atmosphere where employees of all backgrounds, beliefs, and life experiences feel like they belong.
How DEI work is being threatened post-affirmative action ban and how companies fight back
Indeed’s LaFawn Davis explains how companies can double down on opening up their talent pool even amid attacks on equality.
Indeed SVP of ESG LaFawn Davis Named to Fast Company’s Annual Queer 50 List for 2023
For the fourth consecutive year, LaFawn Davis has been named to Fast Company’s annual Queer 50 list for 2023.
Indeed, Hillman Grad, and 271 Films Looking for BIPOC Filmmakers to Tell The Story of the Future of Work for Rising Voices Season 4
Indeed is now accepting applications for Rising Voices Season 4.
Indeed Announces Inaugural Better Work Awards
Indeed has announced the winners of its inaugural Better Work Awards, honoring the Top Companies for Work Wellbeing in the U.S., UK and Canada for 2023.
Make Your Company More Inclusive of People with Disabilities
Three experts share strategies to help empower companies to be more inclusive of people with disabilities.
Hispanic Heritage Month in the Workplace: ‘Celebrate With Us, Not for Us’
Jazmin Urrea and Cristian Feliciano, co-chairs of Indeed’s inclusion business resource group of Latine workers and allies, share insights and issues affecting Latine workers today.
Indeed Is Offering $10,000 to Trans Workers Who Want to Relocate
At Indeed, we believe that everyone has the right to make the healthcare decisions that they feel are right for themselves and their families. We are proud to offer this benefit for U.S.-based employees who need to relocate to receive gender-affirming care for themselves or their families.
The Work Wellbeing Score: Measuring Wellbeing to Improve the World of Work
Indeed has launched a newly enhanced Work Wellbeing Score to help company leaders measure, understand and improve the wellbeing of their workforce, while enabling job seekers to make more informed choices and find fulfilling work.
Indeed Report: The Gender Wellbeing Gap
Women are less likely to feel accomplished or fulfilled in their roles, be satisfied with their careers, or feel they’re paid fairly when compared to men, according to a new Indeed-commissioned report from Forrester Consulting.
Keep Your DEIB Promises — Especially in an Uncertain Economy
“When you start to divest in DEIB at the first sign of economic hardship, for me, it actually sends a signal that the efforts were performative and never considered integral into the overall business strategy,” says Misty Gaither, VP of DEIB+ at Indeed.
Climate Change: Why It’s Time for Employers to Take Action
Indeed’s Head of Environmental Sustainability, Valeria Orozco, discusses why it’s vital for employers large and small to consider the impact of climate change on their employees, businesses, and the planet.
In Conversation: How Company Leaders Can Step Up for LGBTQ+ Employees
Two LGBTQ+ leaders from Indeed and Glassdoor discuss how company leaders can move beyond performative allyship and truly show up — especially now, amid restrictive legislation surrounding LGBTQ+ rights.
Indeed, Lena Waithe, and Hillman Grad Productions Premiered ‘Rising Voices’ Season Three At Tribeca Festival
Indeed, Emmy Award-winning writer, creator and actor Lena Waithe and her Hillman Grad Productions celebrated Season Three of the Rising Voices filmmakers program at Tribeca Festival in New York City.
Hiring Advice For Employers That Wish To Be Truly Inclusive With Abbey Carlton of Indeed
Abbey Carlton, VP, Social Impact at Indeed, joins the RecruitingDaily podcast to explore inclusive hiring advice and strategies.
This is how the job market will suffer from anti-LGBTQ+ legislation
LaFawn Davis, SVP of ESG at Indeed, says companies need to realize that standing in solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community is not just the right thing to do from a moral standpoint—it is smart business practice.
Business of Pride: LaFawn Davis of Indeed (Video)
LaFawn Davis, SVP of ESG at Indeed, talks education, representation, belonging and how companies can step up: “Ready or not, you have to create a place where people feel like they belong or you are going to lose incredible talent.”
Most LGBTQ+ employees are not comfortable being out at work. Companies are failing them
Indeed surveyed 732 members of the LGBTQ+ community to understand the landscape they are facing at work.
Indeed Helps People Without College Degrees Get Jobs with Skill Connect
Indeed launches Skill Connect, a new product to help job seekers without college degrees better promote their skills and completed training programs to potential employers.
How Employers Can Remove Barriers to Second Chances
This article, co-authored by Parisa Fatehi-Weeks, Senior Director, ESG Partnerships & Programs at Indeed, discusses how employers can play a crucial role in expanding access to career opportunities for individuals with prior drug convictions by adopting fair chance hiring practices.
For Second Chance Month, Indeed Shares The Steps We Took To Become a Fair Chance Employer
We believe that fair chance hiring is essential to our commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB+) and to effective and efficient hiring.
On 4/20 and After: Giving Candidates with a Criminal Record a Fair Chance
Is your company overlooking potential candidates who have a record — from a crime that’s no longer illegal in some U.S. states?
How this one shift can make your hiring practices more inclusive
Over 70 million Americans have a criminal record. Yet many employers still have discriminatory hiring practices toward job seekers with criminal records, say Abbey Carlton, Indeed’s Vice President of Social Impact, and Misty Gaither, Indeed’s Vice President of DEIB+.
Working on it: Helping Refugees Navigate Employment
Parisa Fatehi-Weeks, senior director of social impact programs at Indeed, says migrants are facing extensive barriers in their employment search and the obstacles seem incessant.
This is the real cost of cutting diversity programs
Scaling back on DEIB initiatives because they’re considered “optional” sends a clear signal to employees, customers, and the community, writes Misty Gaither, Indeed’s Vice President of DEIB+.
Indeed survey finds 54% of Black employees have experienced discrimination at work
HR leaders should analyze current organizational practices and provide ongoing education.
From supplier diversity to town halls, executives share how they’re honoring Black History Month in the workplace and through business initiatives
“There is an untapped benefit in hearing from internal talent who influence how we experience the workplace daily,” says Misty Gaither, Indeed’s Vice President of DEIB+.
LaFawn Davis on why we need more happiness in the workplace
“As employees experience well-being in the workplace, they actually keep a company’s purpose in mind and the outcomes that a company wants to have,” says LaFawn Davis, Indeed’s Senior Vice President of ESG.
Fair Chance hiring: an employer’s competitive edge
Hiring people with criminal records builds a more diverse workforce — and taps new talent pools during the Great Resignation.
How Indeed approaches Fair Chance hiring
In 2004, the first employee hired at Indeed had a criminal record.
How to implement Fair Chance hiring at your organization
With communities of color disproportionately affected by incarceration, fair chance hiring is one important area where companies can make an impact, giving all applicants an equal opportunity for employment.
Indeed, Lena Waithe, Hillman Grad, and 271 Films Select 10 Filmmakers for ‘Rising Voices’ Season 3 – BIPOC Filmmakers To Offer Perspective on Future of Work
Indeed, the world’s number one job site, actor Lena Waithe and her company Hillman Grad, and 271 Films announced ten filmmakers participating in season three of Indeed’s Rising Voices.
Indeed Becomes Founding Member of World Wellbeing Movement
Indeed, a leading global hiring platform, has joined other leading companies as a founding member of the World Wellbeing Movement with an aim to improve wellbeing across society.
Need Workers? Hiring Job Seekers With a Criminal Record Can Be the Right Move
In a tight labor market, more companies are seeing the benefit of giving every candidate a fair chance.
How Hiring People With Disabilities Can Revolutionize Your Company
Here’s a look at the benefits of hiring people with disabilities — and how doing so can revolutionize your company.
Accessibility Matters to Job Seekers— and It Starts With Your Website
Here’s what you should know about the importance of an inclusive website experience — and its potential impact on hiring.
No Job Seeker Left Behind: Three Steps to a Broader Talent Pool
An essential part of my work as Indeed’s SVP of Environmental, Social and Governance is breaking down bias and barriers in the hiring process, LaFawn Davis shares.
Survey: Gen Z Expects Pay Transparency and Flexibility
Learn more about what Gen Zers need from their job searches and, ultimately, their careers.
Make Unconscious Bias Training More Than Just a Checkbox Exercise
Unconscious bias training is crucial to understanding our own implicit biases and how they impact the workplace, as well as building more diverse and inclusive organizations.