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  • I would like to take some liberty with a phrase that each of us has known since

    Before Diversity: 103 Tough Questions & Honest Answers 2nd Edition

    childhood. For some, the basic objective of education is to teach students to be functional and competent in the 3R's, readin', 'ritin', and 'rithmetic. It's a simple message, but it helps to refocus attention from the overwhelming complexities of education by reciting this simple mantra. When we redefine these 3R's to the topic of Diversity, we will not need to add any apostrophes. The 3R's of Diversity are Recruitment, Retention and Results.

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  • Here are two basic principles of recruiting that you need to apply when targeting passive candidates, diversity candidates, or any type of candidates in high demand:The more competition there is for a group of candidates (like nurses, pharmacists, sales reps who always exceed quota, design engineers who were elected to Tau Beta Pi, diversity candidates, etc.), the more recruiting effort is required to attract and hire them.Top people want top jobs, regardless of their cultural, ethnic or religious background or gender.

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  • In Diversity Staffing: Much More Than You Think! by H. Martin de'Campo, diversity recruiting expert, H. Martin de'Campo provides readers with a straight forward discussion on why diversity recruiting is necessary. In it, he describes the obstacles to diversity and how to overcome them. He concludes by laying out the three major benefits of sucessful diversity recruiting programs.

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