Companies looking to diversify their talent pool now have a resource to directly connect them to candidates of color. The new job platform Jopwell is open to all but mainly serves to connect companies with black, Latino, and Native American students and professionals.
Jopwell was started by two former Goldman Sachs employees who kept hearing that companies had a difficult time finding diverse talent. Netflix, Microsoft, The New York Times, and Goldman Sachs are just a few of the companies that have used the platform to find talent.
Staffing execs can use this as a tool to find more diverse candidates across the board, as the platform is not industry-specific.
Caitlin Delohery is the Editor-in-Chief of StaffingHub.