There is no Allyship ‘Certificate’

There is no allyship certificate, but there are three core learnings I think you should know. When an organization wants to achieve diversity and inclusion goals, allyship is essential since success depends, in part, on people’s understanding of how privilege and power may favourably or adversely impact everyday workplace interactions. As there are many ways

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10 ways to make job descriptions more holistic and accessible

We’ve reached an exciting milestone: with over 100 clients to date, we’ve produced upwards of 150 opportunity briefs (job descriptions) to attract candidates. We are appreciative when job seekers and colleagues alike trust us to receive their ideas, and open our eyes to ways we can improve a candidate’s first experience with us. More often

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One of the most common questions we get asked at P4G. And why we don’t recommend starting there.

“How do I diversify my organization?” This is something we get asked often at P4G. And when you dig in, the real question behind it is often, how can I hire more People of Colour?“ While the intention is likely coming from a good place, it’s not the question we recommend starting with. Before we

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