Join the Equitable Hiring & Retention Movement

The Rocky Mountain Partnership is calling for network partners to join the Equitable Hiring Collaborative Action Network to implement and improve their internal hiring and retention practices, going above and beyond what is mandated by the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act

Learn more about the Partnership's collective work in this space HERE.

You are eligible to participate if:
  • Your organization is an official Rocky Mountain Partnership Partner in good standing
  • Your organization's leadership has provided support for you to take part in this Collaborative Action Network
  • You commit to the guidelines of engagement in the Collaborative Action Network

By taking the pledge, you will: 
  • Gain access to a toolkit full of best practices, expertise, and recommendations from experts in this space (the toolkit is designed to take organizations through a continuum of improvement; view the continuum HERE)
  • Commit to sharing key data as available regarding your organization’s progress in the hiring and retention space for diverse candidates in order for the region to evaluate the long-term impact of these collective efforts
  • Be recognized publicly as a participant in this critical collective effort 
The Backbone Team will also be reaching out to schedule an initial conversation to assess your organization's baseline and readiness to engage in this work. This commitment is renewable on an annual basis. 

To confirm your interest and take the pledge, fill out the form below: 

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* 1. What is your name?

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* 2. What organization do you work for?

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* 3. What is your email address?

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* 4. If you are not a C-Suite level representative of your organization, has your leadership supported you to be the liaison and take the lead in taking this pledge and doing this collective work?

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* 5. Is the leadership of your organization actively bought in and engaged with the collective work of Rocky Mountain Partnership and a member of the Partnership Accountability Network?

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* 6. If you answered 'yes,' please list the other members of your organization engaged in the overall work of the Rocky Mountain Partnership.

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* 7. Does your organization commit to improving your internal hiring and retention practices?

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* 8. Does your organization commit to using the toolkit provided and/or other available research and best practices in order to improve your internal hiring and retention practices?

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* 9. Does your organization commit to providing key data—as available—regarding the demographic makeup of your staff, current job posting and hiring processes, and retention practices?

(This allows the Partnership to establish a baseline and measure how the region is implementing these practices as well as the impact employers are seeing as a result with the support of the Backbone Team.)

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* 10. By signing on to the pledge, your organization's logo will appear on RMP's landing page for these efforts, in future email blasts about this work, on social media, and in a press release that will be sent to key media contacts to indicate which organizations are involved in this effort. Do you commit to providing your logo for these purposes?

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* 11. Please provide a high-resolution logo for your organization.

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* 12. If you are not the best person for RMP to send the Equitable Hiring Toolkit to, please provide the name, role, and contact information for the appropriate person at your organization.

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* 13. Do you have outstanding questions regarding this collective work and pledge? If so, Senior Director of Policy & Advocacy Kayah Swanson will reach out. 

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