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Latin@ Millennials Bring Different Strengths to the Workplace

Latin@s are not a homogeneous group when it comes to our workforce.  We posses many talents and strengths to our place of work. As the Millennial generation expands throughout the workforce, employers are learning more about this cohort. Some tendencies associated with Millennials, such as job-hopping, do not necessarily apply to Hispanic/Latino Millennials, according to Di Ann Sanchez, … Continue reading Latin@ Millennials Bring Different Strengths to the Workplace


Multicultural Millennials: Who They Are and What They’re Doing [Infographic]

There is a HUGE buzz in the air about Multicultural Millennials.  Regardless if you are recruiting them, are already part of your workforce or just trying to sell them something, Multicultural Millennials are a force to not be overlooked. America’s population makeup is continually evolving, and today 42% of Millennials are people of African-American, Asian-American, … Continue reading Multicultural Millennials: Who They Are and What They’re Doing [Infographic]


To Recruit Millennials, View the World as They Do

Congratulations– your employer branding has attracted the attention of candidates born between 1978 and the year 2000. Your next challenge? How to successfully recruit these Millennials. That’s the two-step recruiting dance that many businesses will attempt in the second half of the 2010s. Here are some suggestions to help you master the challenge: Source candidates … Continue reading To Recruit Millennials, View the World as They Do


Why HR Must Lead Diversity Efforts

Today, it takes more than checking boxes and targeting ads to create a workplace that realizes the full potential of the differences diverse talent brings. It takes motivated individuals across the organization with the vision to be diversity leaders-not just in HR, but throughout management, in the C-suite and in operations. It is the role … Continue reading Why HR Must Lead Diversity Efforts


Race to Lead: Confronting the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap

Do you work for a non-profit? Do you see a lack of diversity? If so, you are not alone. If you needed the data to make a decision or make bold changes at your non-profit or place of work. Well here it is. The nonprofit sector is experiencing a racial leadership gap. Studies show the … Continue reading Race to Lead: Confronting the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap


A Step-by-Step Guide to Cultivating Diversity and Inclusion Part 1: 50+ Ideas

Those that have been following STORI jobs know that we passionately advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion in the workforce.  We found this great article with some helpful tips for those recruiters who work hard every single day to diversity their workforce. As advocates for diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace.  We all can … Continue reading A Step-by-Step Guide to Cultivating Diversity and Inclusion Part 1: 50+ Ideas


How To Lead The Push For Diversity In The Workplace

As advocates for diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace.  We all can make a difference. Sometimes its just finding your voice when an opportunity to advocate for a more inclusive workforce.   We found this great article with some tips! Diversity is such an important topic. Data shows that organizations that are more diverse … Continue reading How To Lead The Push For Diversity In The Workplace


Millennials And Job-Hopping: What’s Really Happening And What It Means

Here at STORI jobs we like stories that clear the air about millennials.  Check this out! Okay – who started the rumors that millennials are opportunistic, fair-weather employees just biding their time until they “trade up” to the next gig? Because, wonder of wonders, it doesn’t seem to hold up against the facts any longer. … Continue reading Millennials And Job-Hopping: What’s Really Happening And What It Means


Everyone Benefits From A Diverse Workforce

COURTESY: PORTLAND BUSINESS ALLIANCE – (LEFT TO RIGHT) Sue Haley of Vigor Industrial, Maurice Rahming of O’Neil Electric, and Riik Salonen of OHSU discussed the issue of equity hiring in today’s business climate during a recent Portland Business Alliance breakfast event. It is great to see that Diversity, Equity and Inclusion are getting talked about. … Continue reading Everyone Benefits From A Diverse Workforce


Millennials Sound Off on Diversity in the Workplace

Millennials get a bad rap around the office. An April 2016 Forbes article on how to motivate young professionals says people between ages 18 and 35 are frequently criticized by older peers for being lazy, entitled and liable to bounce to another job as soon as they grow bored of their current one. However, a … Continue reading Millennials Sound Off on Diversity in the Workplace


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