Earlier this year, Entelo hosted one of our most effective webinars in our companys history (link to summarize here) focused on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Among the key parts of our webinars success was its combination of DE&I insights and finest practices from TA leaders at business such as Amazon, Schneider Electric and others however likewise being integrated with the patterns and information leveraged in Entelos database of 500M+ specialists.
With over 400 registering (including a professor in Switzerland using our webinar to teach DE&I to her whole class) the material covered has triggered numerous conversations with not only leaders in Talent Acquisition but also Chief Diversity and Inclusion officers at some of the most acknowledged business in the world. We shared a key fact powered by data by Entelo around the unilateral boost in searches for DE&I positions from 2019 to 2020. Weve had a substantial need from not just our hundreds of industry-leading customers but by other thought-leaders on what the Entelo data is revealing so far in 2021. Entelo continued the discussion on our current webinar on Hidden Talent Pools and were thrilled to give a small peak into what we are seeing from our data.
In 2015 we saw a 50% increase in look for DE&I positions throughout the board and across all markets. As we look at the first half of 2021, were continuing to see more and more companies investing heavily in highly qualified candidates from underrepresented groups.
Entelos been powering the DEI sourcing and hiring efforts of leading companies for over a years and we LOVE the trends were seeing. While Technology has led the method for their commitment to sourcing hiring and retaining skill pools from underrepresented groups our data shows big boosts in numerous extra industries from our hundreds of progressive customers. Have a look at these stats:
Top Industries Increasing their Diversity Searches:
Entelos been powering the DEI sourcing and hiring efforts of leading companies for over a decade and we LOVE the trends were seeing. In closing, the data in Entelo shows that skill acquisition expert internationally are increasing their commitment to sourcing and working with prospects from underrepresented groups. Entelo is thankful to have actually been a relied on partner for some of the most recognized business in the world (including numerous the apps you probably have on your phone).
In closing, the data in Entelo shows that talent acquisition expert globally are increasing their commitment to sourcing and employing prospects from underrepresented groups. Entelo is glad to have actually been a relied on partner for some of the most acknowledged companies in the world (consisting of many the apps you most likely have on your phone).
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Andre J. Boulais
VP of Customer Success
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We shared an essential statistic powered by information by Entelo around the unilateral increase in searches for DE&I positions from 2019 to 2020. Entelo continued the conversation on our current webinar on Hidden Talent Pools and were thrilled to provide a small peak into what we are seeing from our data.
Staffing Agencies have increased their typical searches for prospects from underrepresented groups by an amazing 165% compared to the first half of the year in 2020. What we like to see here is that companies who are generally accountable for working with agreement and long-term workers across all industries are unilaterally dedicating to sourcing and hiring varied skill pools.
Financial Services and Insurance have increased their average look for candidates from underrepresented group by a boost of 85% compared to the very first half of the year in 2020. This is among the largest markets and to see their dedication to DEI be supported with the data is a terrific indication for the industry.
Health care and Pharmaceutical companies have increased their typical searches for prospects from underrepresented groups by an increase of 74% compared to the very first half of the year in 2020.