Companies work with BYP Network to diversify their applicant pipeline and market their brand as an employer of choice to over 50,000 black professionals. As a ‘community first’ organisation, our candidates are strongly attracted to our partner companies due to our brand reputation and authentic approach.
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BYP Network is a platform that connects black professionals with each other and corporations. 2019 saw huge growth at BYP Network in terms of members, online engagement, job board and press coverage. This includes 550,000 monthly online impressions, 40,000 total network and 140,000 BYP app interactions. Since the start of 2020, we have been featured on The Guardian, Forbes, Roc Nation and Stylist Magazine to name a few. We work with a range of companies including; Facebook, Accenture, Lloyds Bank etc. Now more than ever we feel it necessary to remind our stakeholders of why BYP Network exists and what it is we stand for. We are here to:
1. To serve the black community and ensure that every life matters
2. To create and uplift black leaders in the world of work, business and community
3. To focus the black narrative to one of aspirations, attainability and achievement
4. To enhance black lives through providing new opportunities and connections
5. To be the go to platform for all things black professionals
6. To uphold the highest standards when serving and representing the community
7. To be a bridge between the community and corporations, institutions and establishments
8. To one day be the voice of the black professional global community
In light of the current situation we want to make it absolutely clear that we will be holding our corporate partners accountable when it comes to standing genuinely in solidarity with black people. I.e. Are there company wide KPIs around black hiring? What black initiatives does the company support externally? What role do internal ERGs play in conversations about moving the dial? How do you mitigate against hiring bias and much more.