webinar - diversity and talent strategy: global outlook, business perspective

April 28, 2015 Audra Jenkins

For today’s talent-driven organization, diversity is more than an exercise in compliance or corporate social responsibility. It is a core driver of business success. The latest thinking about diverse talent acquisition – from ethnic and gender diversity to LGBT and persons with disabilities – puts an entirely new spin on the potential it has to transform a business. As a result of changing demographics and increased globalization, many employers are leveraging diversity tactics to attract and retain great talent who can help enhance business performance.

In this webinar, Audra Jenkins, Senior Director, Diversity and Compliance, covers:

  1. How a diverse workforce drives greater bottom-line performance
  2. What to consider when implementing global policies that also account for local attitudes and practices
  3. How to develop a sustainable strategy by winning support from the top down

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About the Author

Audra Jenkins

As the Senior Director of Diversity & Compliance, Audra helps clients develop effective diversity strategies and establish regulatory compliance goals. Provides expertise in US Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), and global diversity-related regulations. Audra holds an MBA, Finance degree and is a Certified Diversity Professional (CDP).

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