[MM_Access_Decision access=’false’] LeanIn and McKinsey recently released their annual Women in the Workplace 2018 report. Our team pulled together a quick, skimmable summary. [/MM_Access_Decision] [MM_Access_Decision access=’true’] A few of the main points in LeanIn and McKinsey’s Women in the Workplace 2018 report. There seems to be more talk than walk, with goal-setting, transparency, internal communication and accountability […]
A great rundown about the flaws of using meritocracy while hiring. Meritocracy is an oft-sited method by some to “counter” diversity…. “if we base everything on the exact same metrics, then we should bypass bias and therefore fill our coffers with the most qualified people.” The difficulty is that you aren’t measuring apples to apples in the first place.
As intent-driven and genuine as diversity and inclusivity efforts can be, they’ll fall flat if there isn’t a more thorough analysis of your hiring structure and your company structure. There are several points at which a diversity pipeline can drop off, and understanding how to minimize those drop offs will set you up for long-term success.