Let’s face it, recruitment for 2020 has been all over the place since companies were forced to shut down due to the novel covid-19 pandemic. In addition to the healthcare crisis, Americans also discovered the importance of incorporating realistic DEI initiatives and taking corporate responsibility to create a more inclusive work environment.
Although some companies have taken the necessary steps to create a more diverse workspace, a few larger organizations like Wells Fargo are convinced that there is no diverse pipeline of qualified workers to pull from during their recruitment efforts. This statement is just a simple way for companies to point the finger instead of taking accountability for not putting in actual work to attract top tier minority talent.
As the unemployment rate continues to rise due to covid – 19 cases increasing, the Noirefy pipeline of minority talent continues to grow. Our partnerships with companies that are taking the appropriate steps to tackle DEI has provided stability for minority candidates during a time when everything around us is uncertain.
Below are a few organizations taking diversity, equity, and inclusion seriously and are currently on the hunt for diverse people to join their team.
Covenant House International
Founded in 1972, Covenant House is the largest charity across the hemisphere serving homeless, trafficked and runaway youth. Located in 31 cities across 6 countries (Canada, the United States, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua) Covenant House offers a broad range of essential services to help youth move from poverty to opportunity and from homelessness to hope. These services include emergency shelter, transitional and supported housing, food, clothing, legal aid, medical care, educational services (including high school diploma programs and GED certificate programs), job training and placement services, childcare and parenting support programs.
Covenant House seeks talented individuals who are motivated to help us carry out our mission of serving homeless youth.
Equal employment opportunity and having a diverse staff are fundamental principles at Covenant House International, where employment and promotional opportunities are based upon individual capabilities and qualifications without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, marital/parental status, political affiliation, citizenship, disability, genetic information, veteran/ military status or any other protected characteristic as established under law.
At Flatiron Health, we believe that learning from the experience of every cancer patient is the key to improving the quality of care and accelerating research. What stands in the way is an overwhelming technology challenge—much of the available clinical data derived from real-world patient experiences are unstructured, messy, and stored across thousands of disconnected cancer clinics, medical centers, and hospitals. It’s a complicated problem, but one that we believe we can solve.
Flatiron is building a connected technology platform that enables the development of actionable insights that can help cancer care providers and researchers learn from every patient’s experience.
To date, we have partnered with over 280 community cancer clinics, seven major academic research centers, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, the National Cancer Institute, the National Comprehensive Cancer Network® and over 15 of the top developers of oncology therapeutics. We are learning from the experiences of over 2.2 million cancer patients in the U.S., enabling us to advance the fight against cancer.
Flatiron Health is headquartered in New York City, with an office in San Francisco. Our 800 employees represent a diverse group of leaders from across industries, including oncologists and nurses, data scientists, engineers, researchers and many more.
Well is a new, rewarding way to achieve better health. We’re built to engage, educate, motivate, and empower all — while personalizing the Well experience for each unique member.
The mission of Well is to transform healthcare through our unique impact to our members’ health and happiness. We do this through our differentiated consumer experience and world-class data and analytics engine that drive engagement and behavior change. Our product — a consumer health engagement platform — integrates concierge services, behavioral health, telemedicine, care management and wellness services to drive sustained engagement, lower costs and improve the health of members. In addition to our product, we know our team makes us unique. We’re a highly diverse and engaged organization whose employees are passionate about the mission of the company and whose management is passionate about the employees.
Chorus.ai is the No. 1 Conversation Intelligence Platform for high-growth sales teams.
Founded in 2015, Chorus.ai’s Conversation Intelligence Platform identifies and helps teams replicate the performance of top-performing reps by analyzing their sales meetings. These insights serve as the foundation of an effective coaching strategy for sales and customer success teams and provide insight into the voice-of-the-customer across the entire organization. Customers like Zoom, Outreach, Qualtrics, Adobe, and GitLab ramp new hires to productivity 30-50% faster and see an increase in quota attainment from 20-to-100%.
Chorus.ai is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in Tel Aviv, Toronto and Boston.
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