3 Story Software (3SS) Upgrades its Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Features
In its latest development release, 3 Story Software LLC (3SS), a comprehensive and contingent workforce management system, reinforced its commitment to support its clients in building more diverse candidate and worker populations by updating its Diversity, Equity & Inclusion features.
3SS has 165 clients globally and strives to develop features that provide its clients with relevant data to build diverse and inclusive workplaces. The upgraded Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) functionality features a new candidate survey that captures DE&I data further upstream in the hiring process. It also changed how this data is collected to optimize submissions so clients may collect more meaningful data from their candidates and workers.
Now with 3SS, clients can see data related to the diversity of candidate pools during the recruitment process, in addition to their active worker populations. Comparing these two data sets is imperative for clients to understand their company’s hiring preferences, and who engages with a company’s services and customers.
3SS ensures that candidates and workers can opt out of providing DE&I information at any point in the hiring and onboarding process and that this data is confidential and stored securely. Data that 3SS collects on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion is anonymized such that candidate or worker information is separate from the data used for statistical reporting.
3SS is continuously learning from its clients so it may optimize how companies hire and manage their non-employee workers across the globe. Most 3SS features are thus developed with input from its clients globally, with updates and new features being released every 5 weeks.
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