Some of you have asked for free diversity recruiting websites to help navigate through the new D&I world.
We found 5 diversity websites that help support these efforts. We also list some D&I tools and job boards at the bottom.
When I think of diversity recruiting websites, one thing that comes to mind is blogs. Ongig’s HR blog has a vast amount of diversity hiring and diversity best practices information created for hiring professionals. Here are some of the most popular articles on Ongig’s blog:
- 25 examples of biased language
- 10 examples of awesome diversity reports
- A list of minority groups in America [by%]
- 10 tools for eliminating racial bias
- Top 10 diversity mission statements
- 10 EEO statement samples
- 4 tools for writing more diverse job descriptions
- Top 6 Augmented writing tools for job descriptions
The diversity (and other HR-related) content in Ongig’s blog is great a resource for talent acquisition leaders with a goal to hire more diverse candidates.
Diversity Best Practices is a diversity recruiting website that is an:
“organization for organizational diversity thought leaders to share best practices and develop innovative solutions for culture change.”
Hiring for diversity is important to Diversity Best Practices. Some of the diversity strategy resources provided on this website include:
- Diversity holiday and heritage month calendars
- Book downloads on Inclusive Talent Strategy
- Conference resources
- Up-to-date D&I trend research
This diversity recruiting website is built around the idea that to be effective, D&I leaders must stay on top of the evolving world that is diversity hiring.
Diversityjobs.com is another example of a diversity recruiting website. Diversity Jobs has organized diversity job fairs for 14 years but has now (due to COVID-19) shifted to promoting virtual diversity job fairs and providing resources to employers for diversity hiring. Diversityjobs.com diversity strategy resources for employers include:
- Blog content on workplace diversity and eliminating workplace inequality
- A list of top diversity job sites and diversity job boards
- The ability to create a company profile and custom diversity email marketing campaigns
The Fairygodboss diversity recruiting website is focused on diversity hiring for women. Fairygodboss not only has a job board for women looking for work, but this website also includes:
- Free resources and tips to drive gender diversity in the workplace
- A connection to diverse female talent and groups
- A way for employers to increase visibility to female candidates
- Sponsored success stories around recruiting diversity candidates
The National Diversity Council (NDC) is another example of a diversity recruiting website. The NDC has a wealth of resources on how to recruit diverse candidates and training on various diversity leadership areas. Some of these resources include:
- Diversity conferences
- College initiatives
- Diversity councils
- DiversityFIRST programs
If you’re looking for diversity recruiting tools, here are a few websites to consider:
Tools for Diversity Recruiting
Diversity recruiting tools are a big part of a diversity recruiting strategy. In our blog, 10 Tools for Eliminating Racial Bias, we listed some of the top tools to use. These tools help remove bias (racial and beyond) in the hiring process.
- Ongig’s Diversity Text Analyzer for job descriptions
- Blind Hiring Tools like GapJumpers and Toggl Hire
- Greenhouse’s Inclusion Module
- Harvard’s Project Implicit Tool
- Blind Resume Tools like Pinpoint Recruitment, Blendoor, and Entelo
- AI Chat Bots like AllyO, Brazen, Eightfold, Espressive, Xor, and GoHire
If you’re looking for a diversity job board, here are 10 popular websites for recruiting diversity candidates from underrepresented groups:
Diversity Job Boards
- Black Career Network
- Black Jobs
- Hispanic/Latino Professionals Association (HLPA)
- PDN Recruits
- Pink Jobs LGBT
Why I wrote this?
One reason we dedicate much of this Ongig blog website to diversity recruiting is because it’s a key part of our mission: to eliminate boring and biased job ads. You can also check out Ongig’s Text Analyzer if you’d like a cloud-based software tool to write more inclusive job content. Let us know if there’s anything else we can do to provide better diversity recruitment resources for employers.