50 Funny HR Memes [Budget, Resumes, CEOs, Payroll+]

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Do you have a favorite HR meme? I perused the internet for the best HR memes and here’s my list of 50. These HR memes are in no particular order — we just think they are great. I divided them into categories for easier viewing. Enjoy! Best HR Memes About Employees Do you love your… Read more »

6 Tips for Hiring Autistic Workers

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April is Autism Acceptance Month, and the theme for 2021 is “Celebrate Differences.” In the spirit of celebrating differences in the workplace, I found 6 tips for hiring autistic workers: 1. Eliminate bias against neurodiverse/autistic candidates in your job descriptions The first tip, you can use tools in your organization to create more inclusive job… Read more »

The Rise of the Chief Diversity Officer

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Adding a Chief Diversity Officer to the C-suite is a growing trend in companies of all sizes. In this post, I answer 2 questions: What is a Chief Diversity Officer? What does a Chief Diversity Officer do? And I provide: Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer salary ranges Chief Diversity Officer job description examples Popular job… Read more »

How to Write a Job Description — Best Practices & Examples

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If you want to know how to write a job description, we are confident our report below can help guide you. Writing job descriptions is clearly a skill talent leaders want to know about. Did you know that the #1 searched HR term on Google is: “how to write a job description” source: ahrefs.com research… Read more »

CNBC Survey: Rewriting Job Descriptions & Job Titles are Top Talent Strategies

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A recently published CNBC Technology Executive Council (TEC) survey shows companies are at risk of a talent shortage over the next year. The TEC comprises 100 top tech executives from various companies, including start-ups, enterprises, non-profits, and government organizations. In the TEC survey: “44% of respondents said that finding enough qualified employees to fill open positions… Read more »

275+ Famous Black People Who Changed the World [A List of Activists, Actors, Athletes, Entrepreneurs, Musicians, & More!]

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Famous Black People Who Changed the World As part of Ongig’s mission to celebrate all people year-round, I felt inspired to start a list of famous Black people in history. The folks on our list below achieved greatness, despite struggles they might have faced because of the color of their skin. Here’s our list of… Read more »

7 Things that Will Go Extinct in Job Descriptions

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The push against systemic racism, sexism, elitism, & some new diversity and pay range regulations is causing a shift in how job descriptions are written. Because of this shift, there are 7 things in job descriptions that we predict might become extinct. Our Chief Ongigitizer, Rob Kelly, went on the record in a podcast with… Read more »

A List of 100+ Business Abbreviations & Acronyms

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As a business, your communication style affects your brand. Take business abbreviations — there are hundreds, maybe even thousands. Some obvious. Others less so. Below is a list of common 200 business abbreviations and acronyms with tips on when to abbreviate…or not. When to use business abbreviations? When using business acronyms and abbreviations, think about… Read more »

25 Funny Recruiter Memes

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What’s life without a good laugh? I put together this list of 25 recruiter memes too funny, and true, not to share. I hope you enjoy it! Linkedin Recruiter Memes Let’s kick off this list with a hot topic for most recruiters: LinkedIn! Funny recruiter memes about candidates These funny recruiting memes are all about… Read more »

7 Examples of a Great Commitment to Diversity Statement

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What does it mean to have a commitment to diversity? A commitment to diversity statement on your career page or company website is a way to share your position on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. 7 Examples of a Commitment to Diversity Statement I found the below 7 examples of a great commitment to diversity… Read more »

200+ Famous Gay People [A List of LGBT Actors, Entrepreneurs, Writers, Musicians, Athletes & More!]

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As part of Ongig’s mission to celebrate all people, I felt inspired to start a list of successful/famous gay people. Not only have the 200+ folks on this list achieved greatness, but many have done it in a world where some people (wrongly) judge them by their sexual orientation. Methodology & Disclaimer: I focused on… Read more »

10 Creative Diversity Ads from Top Brands

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More big brands are creating diversity ads as part of their inclusive marketing strategy. I found 10 top brands with ads that show diversity…and many of them have extra-powerful D&I messages. 10 Diversity Ads from Top Brands Most of these ads with diversity are videos, except for Target’s, which is an image of inclusive marketing… Read more »

7 Examples of Creative Job Postings (in 2021)

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I’ve been scouring the web again for creative job postings. Here are 7 examples I found. Enjoy! Hopper Creative Layout — Efficient use of space with their 2-column job posting. The right side stays fixed while the left side scrolls with the job description. Prominent Apply Button — It’s the only blue button on the… Read more »

Head of Museum Resigns Over One Wrong Word in Job Ad

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Charles Venable resigned last week as the head of the Indianapolis Museum of Art Newfields (IMA) over a racially biased phrase in a job posting. The original job posting used the words “core, white art audience”. The phrase has since been replaced with “traditional core art audience”. Here’s a screenshot of the posting before, the… Read more »

40+ Words Associated with Neurodiversity

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There’s a ton of interest in neurodiversity terms these days. For example, check out how many times Google users (U.S.-only) asked the following question last month (Jan. 2021): What is neurodiversity? (250) What is Dyscalculia? (600) What is the autism spectrum? (500) What is ADHD? (500) What is Aspergers Syndrome? (450) What is Dyslexia (250)… Read more »