The following tools are available in inspira for each job opening for the consideration of gender and geographical representation status: Tip 1.1.
Using the Candidate Summary tool, hiring managers can see the diversity of the candidate pool of their job opening by gender and region. Filters (Screen, Long List, Short List) may be applied to view the impact of applying various evaluation criteria on the candidate pool.
- Gender data
- Above the applicant list on the job opening landing page, hiring managers will see the number of applicants per gender in each disposition (e.g., Screen, Long List, Short List, Recommended).
- Gender column
- Hiring managers can see the gender of each applicant in the job opening landing page in the Gender column.
- Nationality column
- Hiring managers can see the nationality of each applicant in the job opening landing page in the Nationality column.
- Geographical representation column
- Hiring managers can see the geographical representation status of applicant’s country of nationality in the job opening landing page in the Geo Rep column.
Geographical Representation Status
- Un – Unrepresented
- Ud – Underrepresented
- Wb – Within range, below midpoint
- Wa – Within range, above midpoint
- Ov – Overrepresented
- Region column
- Hiring managers can see the regional group to which the applicant’s country of nationality belongs in the job opening landing page in the Region column.
Country of Nationality
- AFG – African Group
- APG – Asia-Pacific Group
- EEG – Eastern European Group
- GRULAC – Latin American and Caribbean Group
- WEOG – Western European and Others Group
- Gender, geographical and region summary reports
- These reports provide an overview of the applicants’ gender, geographical representation and region information and a historical overview of how many applicants per gender and nationality were placed in different dispositions throughout the staff selection process. Tip 1.2