Frequently Asked Questions

We understand that you might have questions about how ColorComm Search works and how to navigate the search tools. Allows us to address some of the FAQs you might have so you can quickly get started with the venture.

ColorComm Search is an online service that links job searchers and employers in the media, marketing, and creative sectors, among other fields. We have an incredible talent pool of thousands of applicants that has been fostered for more than 10 years. We're thrilled to be able to link our talent databases with recruiters who are looking for them.

First, take a look at your present hiring methods. Many companies utilize language that unwittingly repels competent individuals or adopt restrictive recruiting procedures that cause minority candidates to be ignored. Next, leverage on ColorComm Search to find chances to interact with a wide range of employee prospects. This platform will help you diversify your workforce and work towards an inclusive workplace.

Simply head to our homepage and click on “Create an Account” on the top right. Select Employer” and you will be prompted to fill in the name of your company, your name and company position, email address, and password combination.

Employers will be required to pay a fee to display available job positions, which will vary based on the length of the post and if you choose to feature your post at the top of the platform

Simply click the add-a-job button to post a new job. Remember to write a clear and concise title and job description. If it is not a work-from-home arrangement, you need to specify the location of the job. Last but not least, provide an email address for candidates to send their resumes. There are also fields for potential talents to include their skills, years of specific experience, language proficiency, education level, and other credentials that your company wants to evaluate.

Editing a job at ColorComm Search is easy. Log in to your account, navigate to the Jobs section via the dashboard, and click the edit button beside each available entry. Implement your changes and click the save button before closing.


You can make use of our featured job listing option. Depending on your budget, you can push your post on top of organic search results for a certain amount of time.

ColorComm has financial partners ranging from Coca-Cola to NBC Universal, and even Facebook, Google, and The Walt Disney Company. ColorComm also works directly with HBCUs and other universities around the US to foster a strong community of the next generation of leaders. Here are a few of our frequent contributors. 

  • Disney
  • Nielsen
  • Google
  • HBO
  • CocaCola
  • McDonald’s
  • Ogilvy
  • Viacom
  • CBS
  • BuzzFeed
  • Toyota
  • APCO
  • IPG
  • BET
  • MSL
  • AT&T
  • Comcast
  • NBC
  • Publicis
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Edelman
  • WE Communications
  • Charter Communications
  • BlackRock
  • Walton Family Foundation
  • Omnicom
  • Moet Hennessy

Workplace diversity isn't just a recruiting trend; it seems to be more about employing a larger range of individuals to contribute value to firms, rather than merely considering age, gender, and ethnicity. In a nutshell, a multicultural workplace is made up of a broad group of people who bring multiple perspectives and personal experiences to the office.

Far more innovations might emerge as a result of many distinct and unique brains meeting together, as each individual contributes their strategies, style of thinking, and ways to solve pressing issues. Furthermore, by interacting with people from various backgrounds, there is a greater chance of expanding market dominance and satisfying your dynamic customer base.

Because multiculturalism may be defined in a myriad of contexts, there is no one definition. It can be traced back to colonial history, characterized by one's capacity to operate well in different cultures, such as learning multiple languages or thinking in ways that reflect intercultural communication.

Inclusion refers to an ongoing process of fostering a sense of belonging among employees. Additionally, it provides opportunities for underrepresented groups and individuals to make their voices heard. Equity ensures that all employees have equal access to resources to succeed. To maintain fairness, i.e., level the playing field, resource allocation will be based on the individual's experiences and skills. Diversity refers to the makeup of an organization where employees are from multicultural backgrounds. All three elements are important for building an efficient workforce.

Our ColorComm community of leaders assists candidates in getting straight to decision-makers at large corporations. We also offer resources for our members to flourish through ColorComm Network, our membership organization. This involves organizing numerous weekly networking or informative seminars on themes such as teleworking, management, and how to attract new clientele. ColorComm Search, the recruitment arm of ColorComm Corporation, provides our talent pool with direct access to Employers who are prioritizing inclusion in their workplace.

To learn more about ColorComm Search, contact us today!