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Talent sourcing is often considered a key factor for organizations to find great people. While this is a fundamental recruiting approach generally, given the “Great Resignation,” talent shortage, and now “quiet quitting,” recruiting has become even more challenging in today’s job market. As a result, it’s extremely important to rethink and reinvigorate talent acquisition strategies in order to find success in this highly competitive marketplace.

One way to approach navigating this new era of recruiting is to create a positive, candidate-first experience that translates to shortening the time to source, recruit, and ultimately hire employees. These unique efforts around where organizations look, how they look and who is involved in the hiring process has helped to deliver a more inclusive workforce. According to Glassdoor, a diverse workforce is especially important to underrepresented groups; 32% of employees and prospective employees would not apply to a job at a company with a lack of diversity among its workforce. This percentage is even higher for Black job seekers (41%), and prospective LGBTQIA+ employees (41%).

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