Danna Hendrickson
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Brooklyn based marketer

It’s no secret that diverse workplaces are better for business. Several studies, like those done by McKinsey & Company and Morgan Stanley, have shown that workplaces that are more diverse outperform the rest and even lead to higher stock prices and better returns for their investors.

Given the overwhelming business case for diversity, many companies have prioritized D&I and started implementing diversity goals and metrics. 

But, how are companies achieving these diversity hiring goals? If they continue hiring using their normal tools and tactics, they’ll fall short every time. Diversity hiring calls for a deliberate approach and specialized tools and tactics.

To help, we’ve rounded up a few of the top sites for diversity recruiting and hiring:

Blacks in Technology

  • Overview: Blacks In Technology is the largest community and media organization that focuses on Black women and Black men in the technology industry. 
  • Great for: Hiring Black women and men across the entire gamut of technology roles

Black Career Women’s Network

  • Overview: Career development platform dedicated to fostering the growth of Black women
  • Great for: Hiring Black women in a wide variety of roles

Fairygodboss

  • Overview: As the largest career community for women, Fairygodboss has 7M+ ambitious, experienced, and diverse women using their site for career information and job searching. 
  • Great for: Hiring mid-level to senior-level women in technology, finance, marketing, and a wide variety of roles.

Leading Hispanics in STEM

  • Overview: SHPE is the nation’s largest association dedicated to fostering Hispanic leadership in the STEM field.
  • Great for: Hiring highly-qualified Hispanic STEM talent

Pink Jobs

  • Overview: Pink Jobs lists LGBT friendly job roles from pro-equality partners.
  • Great for: A wide range of varied roles, both full-time and part-time positions.

Lesbians Who Tech

  • Overview: A community of LGBTQ women, non-binary and trans individuals in and around tech (and the people who support them).
  • Great for: Hiring Women, POC, and Queer and Trans People in Technology

Latinas In Tech

  • Overview: The largest network of Latina women working across the technology sector
  • Great for: Hiring Women, POC, and Queer and Trans People in Technology

The Memo

  • Overview: A career development company devoted to helping women of color to take control over their careers by providing access to important resources and real world advice.
  • Great for: Hiring and retaining women of color in a variety of roles

Prospanica

  • Overview: An association of Hispanic MBAs and business professionals
  • Great for: Hiring Hispanic men and women across a wide range of roles

Path Forward

  • Overview: A nonprofit organization on a mission to empower people to restart their careers after time spent focused on caregiving. 
  • Great for: Hiring return workers by creating a return to work program.

iRelaunch

  • Overview: The pioneering company in the career re-entry space, working with global companies on return to work initiatives of all kinds
  • Great for: Hiring high-caliber professionals ready to re-enter the workforce.

Jopwell

  • Overview: A career advancement platform for Black, Latinx, and Native American students and professionals
  • Great for: Hiring Black, Latinx, and Native American students and professionals

Getting Hired

  • Overview: A recruitment solution dedicated to helping inclusive employers hire professional individuals and veterans with disabilities
  • Great for: Hiring individuals with disabilities across a wide range of roles

Military Spouse Employment Network 

  • Overview: An online hub exclusively for military spouses/partners to support their careers
  • Great for: Hiring military spouses in Canada 

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