World Wide Technology Selects Inclusively as its Workforce Inclusion Partner
St. Louis, MO: Inclusively, a workforce inclusion platform that empowers employers with the insights, access, training and support they need to attract and retain previously hidden talent, today announced World Wide Technology, a global technology solutions provider with $14.5 billion in annual revenue, has selected Inclusively as a workforce inclusion partner. Inclusively's proprietary technology curates candidates with disabilities to hiring teams with all the relevant information they need to provide an inclusive experience at scale. To learn more about creating an inclusive workforce, please visit www.inclusively.com.
Inclusively's workforce inclusion platform is designed to humanize the recruitment process by focusing on "screening in" frequently overlooked talent, matching them to jobs based on their professional background, skills, and self-disclosed accommodations needed to be successful. The disabled community is the nation's largest underemployed minority population in the U.S., with over 60 million people and an employment rate below 30%. Inclusively utilizes its proprietary technology to empower employers to recruit from a hidden talent pool filtered out by nearly all Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) – and provides an inclusion solution that enables employers to demonstrate their efforts towards disability inclusion right from the very outset of the recruitment process.
"World Wide Technology employs more than 8,000 employees at 55 locations around the world; building an inclusive culture is top priority for our team across the globe," said Bob Ferrell, Executive Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, World Wide Technology. "At World Wide Technology it's not just about recruiting, we strive to retain our talent. Partnering with Inclusively provides us with the support we need to not only foster a diverse culture and retain our talent but also to build a more diverse pipeline, which will well position World Wide Technology for continued growth."