How does one address diversity inequality when requesting interview feedback?
May 4,2020 at 11:53PM UTC
I have interviewed two times within the last year for two different executive admin positions of the same title. The first time, I made it to the second round. This time I did not. I am baffled, and here is the reason why. I have over 20 years experience working in local school divisions. In every level of support positions...from entry to executive. The potential employer is a very large K-12 school division where most of the student population is latinx. I am latinx. As such, there is absolutely no diversity as far as support staff goes in that office. An office that every day is in communication with either the latinx parents, students or community, in general. I have asked for interview feedback. Should I now address the fact that there is no diversity in that office? If so, how should I say it so that I don't damage my chances should another opportunity present itself? How do I best handle this situation?
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