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Products & Services Human Resources Recruitment and Selection Developing Candidate Sources

Increasing Diversity Through School Outreach Programs

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ID: 4334


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Metrics, Graphics, Summary Matrix


Published: Pre-2014


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Today’s companies increase diversity in technical divisions by reaching future female and other minority employees through school outreach programs. This document contains analysis of nine benchmark companies’ tactics to encourage females and other underrepresented groups to explore education and enter careers in technical fields. This presentation covers key findings in the following topics: school and company outreach programs, length and size of programs, program effectiveness, and capturing feedback. This document also provides executive insights detailing which programs have been the most successful and why. Further, this document includes a matrix with specific survey questions and the responses of each participating company.

Industries Profiled:
Health Care; Computer Hardware; Computers; High Tech; Computer Software; Telecommunications; Electronics; Consumer Products; Manufacturing


Companies Profiled:
CAMC Health Systems Inc.; Hewlett-Packard; Intuit; Microsoft; Motorola; Nokia; SAP Labs; W. W. Grainger; Inc.

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