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Recruiting platform Greenhouse raises $50 million to grow its diverse hiring feature

10 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Recruiting platform Greenhouse has raised $50 million in a series D funding round led by Riverwood Capital.
The money will be used to scale the company's recently launched diversity and inclusion feature, which was created in conjunction with consulting firm Paradigm
The feature surfaces "nudges" or small reminders in real time that point out how users can act more fairly when they're writing job postings, making referrals, and conducting interviews.
Recruiting platform Greenhouse has raised $50 million to expand its recently launched feature that helps companies manage unconscious bias...
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