As a buzzword, “diversity” sounds good, but speaking frankly about age discrimination, gender bias, and hiring disparities can take many talent acquisition professionals out of their comfort zone. In this course, Stacey Gordon explains how to confidently approach the topic of bias and successfully address it when recruiting. She outlines the most common mistakes that recruiters make as well as ways to assess your current recruiting strategy to achieve success.
Stacey A. Gordon is founder and CEO of Rework Work.
Rework Work provides a holistic view to reworking what doesn’t work about work. As a diversity consultant with recruiting expertise, not only does she guide professionals through outplacement and develop job search strategies to help you choose a job you will love, but she also helps companies to be your employer of choice through workshops and presentations.
Her professional history of supporting diversity initiatives began with her work in diversity recruiting at Prudential, where she was one of the top recruiters on the West Coast. She developed programs for what is now Dress for Success Worldwide, founded the first professional chapter of the National Association of Women MBAs, was tapped to succeed the executive director of the national organization, and continued her work in diversity at MUFG Americas—one of the largest financial institutions in the world.
Stacey has served on the board of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources as COO and then as president and also as director of learning and development for Professionals in Human Resources Association, the largest SHRM affiliate in the country. She is the author of a book titled The Successful Interview: 99 Questions to Ask and Answer (and Some You Shouldn’t) and three elearning courses on this platform titled Human Resources: Diversity Recruiting, Unconscious Bias, and Writing a Resume. As a career consultant and strategist, Stacey has written career- and diversity-related articles and provided content for Essence, Black MBA Magazine, Forbes.com, Monster.com, and several career-related blogs. She also appeared in a career segment on FoxBusiness.com.