Finding a new career can be a crazy journey – but finding a career at the wrong company that doesn’t align with your values can become terrifying. This is a journey that is all too familiar to minority professionals at every level of their career journey. From the job search, to the interview, to landing the gig, to STAYING at the gig and moving up – the journey can be exhausting.
Throughout that journey, candidates shouldn’t have to shield who they are to meet the needs or requirements of most corporate companies. Most corporate companies aren’t recognizing the gaps or disadvantages placed on minority professionals throughout the hiring and employment process. This has led to consistent gaps in diversity at corporations across the U.S.
Luckily, we’ve built Noirefy to help both sides of this problem. Noirefy connects diverse professionals to high growth startups and Fortune 500 companies using data, honest peer reviews, and a job matching portal to increase diversity and inclusiveness nationally.
Let’s work together!
Noirefy works with employers to expand their diversity and inclusion initiatives. We highlight corporate accomplishments, initiatives, and help organizations establish an authentic diversity brand.
Noirefy provides candidates with insights on the life at an organization. We do this to help cultivate authentic and true matches between potential candidates and companies. These insights help candidates understand the culture, mission, and potential career advancement opportunities AHEAD of the recruitment process.
We are not a recruitment agency. We actively highlight new career opportunities at our partner companies to provide exposure to diverse candidates. Our recruitment marketing initiatives allow companies to interact with diverse candidates in a more engaging way, giving companies more pipeline equity at the organization..
Corporations can advance their D&I efforts to underrepresented candidates by utilizing our dedicated and branded employer pages to share all of their inclusive efforts and sets the expectation for potential candidates.
Candidates can explore these companies and find the best environment for advancement and find corporations that meet that inclusive needs.
I look forward to more ownership, more opportunities for my career growth, and equitable compensation. I don’t want to gloss over this, because I think that compensation is a key part of it. Very often as black women, we are very underpaid not only compared to men but also to other women. After doing extensive research; I knew that my next position had to have the right combination of growth, compensation, flexibility, and fun! (I would enjoy my work environment !!)
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