Aliro is proud to partner with Internet Association (IA) as the engine behind their newly launched job referral site, in an effort to improve overall diversity and inclusion (D&I) efforts within the internet industry. The referral site, featuring hundreds of jobs, serves as a centralized location for diverse candidates who are underrepresented in the industry.
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“Aliro means access for all. Our proprietary software fosters an expansive referral community that is perfectly positioned to integrate with Internet Association, its member companies, and its partners to provide underrepresented and diverse applicants an equal opportunity to apply for jobs within the internet industry,” said Founder and CEO, Robert Archibald. “Now is the time for employers to work toward more diverse and inclusive workforces, and Aliro is thrilled to have the opportunity to support both employers and job seekers.”
“We’re excited to launch this job referral site to provide our members another way to connect with talented diverse applicants,” said IA Director of Social Impact Policy and Counsel Sean Perryman. “Improving diversity within internet companies is a top priority for IA and our members, and collective action from the industry is important to pave the way forward for meaningful and lasting change.”
Internet Association’s job referral site:
- Compiles jobs from across IA’s member companies, which include many of the world’s leading social media sites, sharing economy platforms, and more
- Allows candidates to find and apply for open positions, refer colleagues, and gain general awareness of opportunities within the internet industry
- Allows candidates to view listings that are veteran preferred
Aliro’s partnership with Internet Association will allow employers across the internet industry to improve overall diversity and inclusion efforts, connecting employers to talented diverse applicants all in one centralized location with one tool.
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