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Employer Services

Employer Services

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Job Board

Our job board allows job seekers to quickly and easily identify opportunities within organizations that have shown a commitment to creating work environments where employees truly experience a sense of belonging.

Especially as it relates to Black candidates, having a central job board is important for a number of reasons. Chief amongst those reasons, is that a central job board reduces instances of Black people failing to apply for jobs that we are qualified for, because of fear of rejection due to our race, and/or failing to apply for a job because of fear of an organization’s culture. A central job board also reduces the concern Black candidates face with regard to having to “whiten” our resumes and/or presenting a less than authentic version of ourselves.

In short, Black Lives Matter Jobs encourages quality Black talent to apply for positions and, to bring their full, authentic selves to hiring organizations at the start of the hiring process.

We believe that by posting job offerings on our job board, companies implicitly state that Black lives matter to their organization, and, that they welcome Black lives and all that it encompasses. It is a powerful stance – one that is sure to not only attract top talent, but also, build employee loyalty, from day one.

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Unconscious Bias Trainings

Our Unconscious Bias offerings are racial and cultural sensitivity training programs that focus on understanding and addressing dynamics as it relates to: race, unconscious bias, implicit bias, and, power and privilege. We are particularly skilled at addressing unconscious bias and implicit bias, as it relates to the Black experience.

The efficacy of unconscious bias and implicit bias trainings have recently come under scrutiny.  However, our programs are different.  We are successful because we employ evidence based, best practices to our  unconscious bias and implicit bias training programs.

The best practices to ensure successful unconscious bias and implicit bias trainings include: eliminating defensiveness, tailoring the training to specific work environments and employee levels, and, engaging in experiential/hands-on learning.

Our programs:

    • Improve recruitment and retention rates;
    • Improve problem solving within groups; and, ultimately;
    • Increase bottom lines.

Empathy building is the cornerstone of our approach. We recognize the need for safety in racial and cultural sensitivity training, and, we set this tone from the outset, as sharing is imperative to the success of our program. We take great care to ensure that those in the room are not left offended by things the trainer and/or other participants say.

Our years of expertise make it so that training participants feel cared for, and grow through the experience.

All trainings employ best facilitation and learning practices for adult learners. As such, experiential learning is valued, as evidence suggests that experience is the best teacher for adult learners in general – especially when it comes to discussing difficult and nuanced topics, such as race.

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Diversity & Inclusion Services

For organizations that wish to implement or realign Diversity and Inclusion initiatives.

We collaborate with key stakeholders to develop and implement data-driven, impactful Diversity and Inclusion strategies and programs. Through this, we help to create and sustain inclusive work environments where employees thrive, feel like they belong, and, perform at their full potential.

Our primary focus is on recruiting, developing, and retaining Black talent. We have particular expertise in designing and implementing talent management and acquisition programs, mentorship programs (including reverse mentorship programs), sponsorship programs, and, leadership development programs, as it relates to Black talent.

Our strategies not only build employee loyalty, thereby driving innovation and improving bottom lines – they also promote and solidify brand awareness and reputation, especially within the Black community.

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Race & Cultural Liaison Service

Our Race & Cultural Liaison service provides skilled third-party intermediaries between organizations and employees, so as to encourage open, meaningful, transformational dialogue on issues related to race and culture.

The goal of the Race & Cultural Liaison service is to provide a conduit for communication, whereby employees can readily communicate areas of concerns with the proper entities within their organization.  This not only aids in a sense of belonging, but also, increases employee retention.  No longer will an organization learn of critical issues during an exit interview with valuable employees.

The concept of having an outside liaison may seem foreign. However, the success of the numerous businesses that are dedicated to allowing employees (and potential employees) discuss and navigate employment-related concerns amongst themselves, indicates that there is a real, general need for such a liaison.

As it relates to race and cultural relations, Black people, who are often less likely to speak up about issues that affect them in the workplace, are especially disadvantaged without such a liaison.  As such, it is generally recognized that having an independent party available to employees, is beneficial to organizations that truly wish to address issues of concern, especially as it relates to race and ethnicity.  This is the basis for the 411 service available through Black Belonging Matters.

More information on the Race & Cultural Liaison service can be found by visiting our FAQ section and by clicking on the “What is the Race & Cultural Liaison Service” heading.

This service cannot replace, nor  is  it intended to replace the Human Resources Department. It is limited solely to issues related to race and cultural relations, and is intended to work in tandem with Human Resources and other organizational leaders to bring about a sense of belonging for all.

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Some Satisfied Clients

Brittany Smith

Social Media Strategist - Spectrum Science
I loved it! It's something more agencies and companies should incorporate since we spend majority of our day at work. Many people now are learning more than ever on how can to be better of not putting their bias on people, even when they may not notice. It was a great refresher for myself to acknowledge and learning new ways to overcome unconscious bias. Plus, it brought me closer a lot of people in my agency that I haven't even talked too yet because many of us have not met since working from home


Spectrum Science
It was a great training. I had taken an unconscious bias training before so was definitely aware of some of these things, but I still felt like I learned a lot about how to navigate and lessen unconscious bias. In addition, the IAT tests really helped open my eyes to some unconscious biases I didn't necessarily realize I had.

Liza Amling

Social Media Strategist - Spectrum Science
I thought the program was run very well and it was great to get a chance to break out into small groups to get to know my co-workers. I also felt like people were more open to chatting and sharing their experiences in the smaller groups. Overall I felt it was a very beneficial program for me.

Elizabeth Ross

Senior Event Sales Manager - Tao Group
Was very interesting, informative, and brought up points that I had not thought about before! Overall was a great exercise to become more aware of our unconscious bias

Kim Russen

Partner-Tao Group Hospitality
This was one of the best group trainings I have attended in all my (many) years of attending these sort of trainings. You did such a wonderful job keeping the group engaged and there was a perfect balance of both participation and education. While we all know that one session like this will not forever change our thoughts and actions; we are now all so much more aware and we will open up our minds and hearts to do better. So thank you for that! Looking forward to working more with you and your team in the future.


Presenter was great and made learning easy. Feels good to know I work for a company that cares about me and my community.

Brendan McManus

Director of Operations-TAO Group Hospitality
Our organization had a fantastic experience with Tarin and Dr. Norissa of BBM. We employed them for Unconscious Bias Training and they were both a pleasure to work with - highly professional, courteous and patient with our young and still developing Diversity & Inclusion Committee. They both took the time to learn the ins and outs of our organization, adapted their training accordingly, and worked with us on budget. Dr. Williams' training was highly interactive and provoked insightful conversation and plenty of introspective reflection. Everyone from new hires to veterans in our Organization were impressed with BBM's services. A huge THANK YOU to the entire team at BBM - we sincerely hope to work with you again soon and explore your other valuable resources.
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