What is the EEOC? EEOC stands for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. This commission was formed during the height of the Civil Rights movement in 1965 and administers and enforces civil rights laws that prevent workplace discrimination based on anything from an individual’s race and gender to their…Read
Research Spotlight: Associate Professor of Business Ming D. Leung on Creating Inclusive Workforces with Atipica Insights
Atipica is proud to partner with Academics, including Paul Merage School of Business Associate Professor Ming D. Leung on these findings. As someone who studies employment discrimination and bias, I am very excited to partner with Atipica to investigate issues at the heart of creating a more diverse and…Read
Women do well in referral programs overall, especially for smaller teams, but don’t fare well in the technical pipeline.
This is the last blog post in our three part series exploring referral programs. Atipica has analyzed referral data from the last year across all of our clients and we’ve found some actionable insights. These findings reflect that all of the companies we work with that are actively invested in creating…Read
What referrals tell us about how networks work for people of color — Black, Latinx and Asian candidates
We are proud to share important and impactful findings from Atipica. We analyzed referral data from the last year across allof our clients and we’ve found interesting findings that give us hope for thoughtful Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Important to note — these findings reflect companies that are already actively invested…Read
Visual by our Data Analyst, Alvaro Hu, and Graphic Designer, Javier Yazp. We want to share important and impactful information from Atipica about the state of Diversity and Inclusion. In our previous blog post, What referrals tell us about how network work for…Read