Tammy Cohen, president and chair, accepted the award on behalf of InfoMart from Juanita Carmichael, a YWCA of Northwest Georgia board member.
“Small and mid-sized companies make up 99% of all businesses in Georgia. InfoMart’s endeavors set the example to small and mid-sized organizations that all corporations should have a responsibility towards racial justice and gender inclusion. InfoMart strives to set a working example of what can be achieved by 99% of all Georgia businesses,” said Ms. Cohen. “I am so honored that InfoMart’s efforts are being recognized by the YWCA through this important award.”
InfoMart, a woman-owned business, hires, develops, and promotes qualified employees from all groups. Minorities comprise 43% of all InfoMart employees, and 77% of InfoMart’s workforce are women and/or minorities. Women and/or minorities represent 54% of InfoMart’s senior management team. The company hosts an annual Black History Month celebration that is widely-known across the metro area, and actively participates in promoting women and minorities through community service.
InfoMart has been revolutionizing the global background and identity screening industry for 30 years, providing businesses the information they need to make informed hiring decisions. They develop innovative technology that modernizes talent onboarding, including a first-to-market biometric identity authentication application and a verified sanctions search. The WBENC-certified company is a founding member of the Professional Background Screening Association, and they have achieved PBSA accreditation in recognition of their consistent business practices and commitment to compliance with the FCRA. The company is dedicated to customer service, speed, and accuracy, and it has been recognized for its success, workplace culture, and corporate citizenship with over 45 industry awards. To Get the Whole Story on InfoMart, please visit www.InfoMart-USA.com, follow @InfoMartUSA, or call (770) 984-2727.