Many organisations have been on the 'diversity train' for a few years now with varying levels of success.
In the following article research suggests that blind recruitment may be the answer to boosting an organisation's diversity, better reflecting it's customer base.
Have you hired purely based on technical and psychometric testing? How successful was this, and did you take any key learnings from the process?
Blind recruitment, the practice of removing personally identifiable information from the resumes of applicants including their name, gender, age, education, and even sometimes the number of years of experience, is gaining popularity. Organizations including Deloitte, HSBC, the BBC, powerhouse law firm Clifford Chance, and cloud-storage firm Compose Inc have committed to the practice.