Diverse and inclusive workplaces have the potential to be innovative, efficient, productive, and successful.
Diversity in the workplace refers to those companies and businesses that intentionally employ people with a range of characteristics, such as gender, religion, race, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, education, and other attributes.
With that in mind, I had the pleasure of interviewing Joyce Trinder, one of the founders and CEO of Native American Jobs (NAJ).
This family owned business was the first job board of its kind online. It remains the most accessible one for jobs today.
NativeAmericanJobs.com lives up to its mission to help employers and career minded individuals from diverse, indigenous, and minority cultures find jobs in places where a multi-faceted workforce is important to all.
Read more below to discover why NAJ and its leader, Joyce Trinder are special.
The interview questions are Nancy's and answers are quotes from Joyce Trinder, with minimal editing for clarity. 👌
Interview: Joyce Trinder
I feel blessed to be able to provide resources to Job Seekers and Employers that will help them be successful and move forward in their lives.
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