In this report we focus on what they see as working and what tends to fail when onboarding new young employees. Our goal is to help employers examine their hiring and onboarding practices, increase the speed at which new hires become productive team members, and reduce the high financial and emotional cost of turnover from failed hires.
Onboarding Young Workers in a Post-Pandemic World
The tech industry talks about boosting diversity, but research shows little improvement
With its rapid growth and abundance of high paying jobs, the tech industry is both an important and frustrating point of focus for advocates of workplace equity. Rather than focus on the industry as a whole, our research uses machine learning techniques and firm employment diversity for all U.S. tech firms with more than 100 employees. We track how the majority of firms continue to provide few opportunities for women and minorities in professional and managerial positions, while also pointing to the handful rapidly diversifying firms that might provide a template for addressing tech’s issues in employment equity.
Significant Figures: 63% of workers who file an EEOC discrimination complaint lose their jobs
Equal Employment Opportunity Biden/Harris Transition White Paper
Top Issues for Latino Voters in Swing States for the 2020 Election
How COVID Exposes Healthcare Deficits for Black Workers
Stressed, Unsafe, and Insecure: Essential Workers Need A New, New Deal
Collecting LGBT+ Data for Diversity: Initiating Self-ID
The COVID-19 Recession: An Opportunity to Reform our Low Wage Economy?
Where Are the Hispanic Executives?
The EEOC Should Continue To Collect Pay Data
Race, States, and the Mixed Fate of White Men
Here’s the clearest picture of Silicon Valley’s diversity yet: It’s bad. But some companies are doing less bad
This report was published by Reveal: The Center for Investigative Reporting in collaboration with the Center for Employment Equity.