We surveyed more than one hundred students and recent graduates to find out what candidates ages 18-28 are looking for in workplace diversity. Here’s what we found.
When it comes to diversity, seeing is believing. A female candidate knows you don’t have a diverse team when she is interviewed by four men. When a candidate that identifies with a minority group walks through your office or browses your employees online, they will recognize whether diversity is a priority for your organization.
Gen Z is the last generation that will be more than 50 percent caucasian, which means this generation of hires is the tipping point for diversity branding as we know it. Check out the infographic below to see the results of our diversity survey. Want to learn more? Watch our in-depth webinar about Gen Z and the diversity dilemma.