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Now View more New York Magazine cover story “We are going to make sure that if you work for us, you’ll get the job you deserve,” said a senior executive at the company, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.
“But it’s going to be an incredibly high bar.
It’s going’t be easy.
I can tell you that.
We’ve never done that before, and we’re going to do it again.
We are going forward with our hiring.”
The company is not the first to use a diversity hiring process.
In November, a leading sports network in the U.K. suspended a television personality who had posted pictures of herself posing with other male athletes, and a number of other companies including Microsoft and Yahoo!
have come under fire for using hiring practices that don’t always align with those of their workforce.
The hiring process also can create conflict.
In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, which rocked the entertainment industry, several women have spoken out against workplace harassment and discrimination.
One of the companies that has been targeted by critics of the hiring process is CBS, which in 2017 announced that it was banning its executives from using social media to promote or communicate with each other.
CBS CEO Les Moonves apologized on social media for the decision, but it sparked a backlash and led to some CEOs taking to Twitter to call for changes to the hiring practices.CBS has also faced criticism for hiring managers that were known to be in bed with the company’s board of directors.
The company has said it is working with outside outside investigators to determine whether there was a “pattern of inappropriate behavior” in the workplace.
“We want to make it clear that we will not tolerate sexual harassment in any form, whether it’s verbal, physical, or non-verbal,” CBS’ chief diversity officer said in a statement.
“We’re taking these steps as a matter of urgency to ensure that our teams and employees feel comfortable working with each one of our partners and our communities.”
“As we have said many times before, we value diversity in our workplace and will continue to stand up for the best of our employees and our brands,” Moonves added.