Equality and equity are not just passing fads. What can organizations do to prepare themselves for long-term cultural change?
“Good intention doesn’t always lead to great outcomes. We need to make sure we have actual plans in place to make that impact and it starts at the top.” — Audra Jenkins, chief diversity and inclusion officer, Randstad USA
Deloitte reports that 80% of people say inclusion is a critical factor when choosing an employer, and 72% would leave their current employer for a more inclusive one. Workplace diversity and inclusion are now more important than ever to talent who want to see themselves represented at the top.
How can your organization meet those expectations? What actions make a difference? And what metrics should you track to achieve reportable goals?
Join Randstad USA chief diversity and inclusion officer, Audra Jenkins and Felicia Gonzalez, program manager at Randstad Sourceright, to find out what employers are doing to attract more diverse talent, build diverse talent pools, and make job opportunities more accessible. Learn about the importance of diverse leadership and the initial challenges new chief D&I officers may face, and how they can overcome roadblocks to move strategic initiatives forward.
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