November 19, 2019

Forbes Names CareerBuilder One of America’s Best Midsize Employers for 2019, Recognizing the Company’s Leadership in Diversity & Culture

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  • April 18, 2019
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Forbes Names CareerBuilder One of America's Best Midsize Employers for 2019, Recognizing the Company's Leadership in Diversity & Culture

CareerBuilder, a leader in Talent Acquisition media, technology and services, is being recognized as one of America’s Best Midsize Employers by Forbes. Every year, Forbes honors 500 employers that deliver excellence in the development of their corporate culture.

The nature of work, and what modern workers expect of their employers in 2019, is changing dramatically. This makes CareerBuilder’s inclusion on the Forbes Best Employers list particularly exciting, as it underscores the company’s dedication to its purpose – to help people build a life that works – and focus on creating a culture of diversity, innovation, learning and development, rewards and recognition that today’s workforce demands.

“This is a proud moment for the entire CareerBuilder team, and we appreciate that Forbes has recognized our commitment to our employees,” said Irina Novoselsky, CareerBuilder CEO. “Our customers choose CareerBuilder to find high-quality, diverse candidates to fill their open roles faster, and we believe it’s important to lead by example.”

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“Today, CareerBuilder is the most inclusive company in our industry – our executive leadership team is 67% diverse, our overall workforce is 60% diverse and we have a 50/50 gender split,” Novoselsky explains. “Most importantly, having a wide range of experiences, backgrounds and points of view has tangible benefits for both sides of our marketplace – generating the kind of creativity and innovation that enables us to deliver new and better solutions for job seekers and businesses alike.”

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This is the latest recognition in a series for CareerBuilder – including Brandon Hall’s Best Advance in Talent Acquisition Technology for the CareerBuilder Talent Discovery product and HRO Today’s Baker’s Dozen award for CareerBuilder’s Employment Screening services.

CareerBuilder has been a leader and innovator in HR technology for nearly 25 years – leveraging its deep knowledge in Talent Acquisition, the most comprehensive data in the industry and powerful tools like Artificial Intelligence to make the Hello To Hire experience faster and easier for both job seekers and employers.

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