You need much more than a diversity statement on your website or job posts if you hope to create an inclusive workplace. Hiring for inclusivity requires you as an employer to engage with candidates who can offer the right balance of skills, attitude, and potential for growth, regardless of where they come from. Hence, your recruitment should include crafting a hiring process that attracts and welcomes a diverse range of candidates from different communities. Here are several tips you can follow to ensure that you are hiring for an inclusive workplace:
Delaware is currently facing an intense talent war for skilled tech professionals state-wide. With a rising need for mid- to high-skilled workers to fill tech positions in Delaware, recruiters and hiring managers are facing fierce competition for a limited supply of qualified candidates.
The tech industry is best known for its rapid pace and technological advancements, but since the field is constantly evolving, there's also a continuous demand for skilled workers in this area.
In the age of digital connectedness, what is keeping Philadelphians from finding jobs?
In June 2019, Barclays, the United Kingdom-based bank, announced that it is relocating around 500 financial services jobs from Wilmington, Delaware to a new, state-of-the-art, corporate campus in Whippany, New Jersey. The transition will begin fall 2019 and is targeted to complete by year-end.
Although Delaware is seldom recognized for its size or prestige, the big-fish-small-pond effect could certainly apply to this state. Delaware has emerged as one of the fastest growing states in the U.S. with tech companies fueling the local economy. Already, this tech-hub state boasts huge fish like JP Morgan Chase and Purdue.