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    How to Write Non-Bias Job Descriptions — And Why It Matters

    Statistics prove that diverse and inclusive workforces provide tremendous value. As top priorities among employers, especially now, companies are looking for inventive ways to attract talent. Since job descriptions are typically the first means of contact employers have with candidates, it’s paramount that they are written in a non-bias way that reflects the company’s mission, […]

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    How to Hire Without In-Person Meetings, From Those Who Have Done It for Years

    ForceBrands recently ran a piece about virtual hiring, which featured some great tips on how to make remote interviews as effective as in-person meetings, but that’s only one challenge companies have had to face in recent weeks. Since the emergence of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the entire hiring process has changed in several ways. Fortunately, many organizations […]

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    How to Onboard Employees, Virtually

    The bad news: Coronavirus continues to impact us in ways we never imagined. The good news: Companies are still hiring, giving us hope for the future — something we’re happy to report on and share with you. Because the circumstances of onboarding new employees have to change to accommodate the current climate, employers need insights […]

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    ‘Women on Boards’ Is Building Bridges — Here’s How and Why It Matters

    As part of our ongoing Female Forces series to celebrate Women’s History Month (March), we’re delving deeper into the subject of gender equity in the boardroom with an inside look at the Women on Boards (WOB), a project ForceBrands is proud to help support. This non-profit initiative seeks to empower women business leaders and to […]

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    Gender Equity in the Boardroom Is No Longer an Initiative; It’s a Necessity

    As part of our ongoing Female Forces series to celebrate Women’s History Month (March), we’re taking a look at how the inclusion of women on company boards positively impacts the bottom line of CPG businesses. While historically company boards have been male-dominated, female leadership has been proven to be good for business. Companies with mixed […]