Randstad Sourceright to present diversity insights at Inclusion 19.

March 19, 2019

AMSTERDAM — 03 April, 2019 — Global HR services industry leader Randstad Sourceright, will be a sponsor at the Inclusion 19 seminar taking place on 11-12 April in Zurich. At the conference, Audra Jenkins, chief diversity and inclusion officer at Randstad North America and Floss Aggrey, senior director of compliance, diversity and inclusion at Randstad Sourceright will provide workplace inclusion strategies and present practical examples of how to drive positive change.

Audra Jenkins Randstad diversity & inclusion“Effects of AI on Women in The Workplace”

Among the myriad of factors impacting gender inequality, technology and automation pose another roadblock for women at work. According to the World Economic Forum, 57% of jobs currently filled by women will be at risk from technology advancements between now and 2026. How can organizations set up a strategic diversity plan to create a culture of change from the top down?

Taking place on 11 April at 16:40, this thought-provoking session will feature expertise from Audra Jenkins. Jenkins will discuss the effects of robotics and automation on women in the workplace and will provide practical advice on how to create programs that ensure women are marketable in the future of work.

Floss Aggrey Randstad Sourceright Inclusion 19"Embedding I&D to Help Close the Gender Pay Gap"

Aggrey will participate in the panel session, “Embedding I&D to Help Close the Gender Pay Gap”, on 11 April from 12:15 to 14:55. During this session, she will share insights into why companies are struggling to improve gender parity within their organizations and offer potential solutions.

Additional details about the Inclusion 19 seminar, including a full event agenda, can be found here.

who:
Audra Jenkins, Randstad North America chief diversity and inclusion officer and Floss Aggrey, senior director of compliance, diversity and inclusion at Randstad Sourceright

what:
will present insights on the effects of automation on women in the workplace, and provide tips to help employers create a strategic diversity and inclusion plan

where:
Marriott Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

when:
Inclusion 19 will take place on 11-12 April, 2019.
“Effects of AI on Women in The Workplace” will take place on 11 April, 2019 at 16:40.
"Embedding I&D to Help Close the Gender Pay Gap" will take place on 

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