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Increasingly candidates are demanding companies have at least a DEI&B plan, if not a demonstrated track record; universities are requiring companies who want to recruit on-campus to have a stated DEI&B plan and Glassdoor is now rating how companies are doing with regard to DEI&B.* In short, DEI&B has shifted from being an aspirational asset to absolutely essential.
Many leaders and employees are asking themselves how they can help facilitate true cultural transformation and those tasked with carrying out these goals are faced with a hopeful yet daunting task: create lasting change.
View this webinar to discover what it means to create a culture of allyship, promote perspective shifts for leadership and employees alike and gain practical steps to enact change.
Diverse teams help companies to be more innovative, creative and achieve better results. Diversity recruiting efforts should aim to find the best possible candidate but give all applicants equal opportunity. In addition, a strong diversity recruiting program should proactively source and attract candidates from diverse backgrounds to all areas of your business.
Unconscious bias is prejudice in favor of or against another person or group of people. We ALL have it. It is not inherently bad, and it is not the same as discrimination. Biases or snap judgements can create advantages or disadvantages.
Organizations are navigating unfamiliar discussions between leadership, employees and customers. When it comes to embracing DEI&B in the workplace, employers must promote purposeful dialogue, create safe spaces for employees and be informed leaders, equipped to stand against injustices.
To bring light to this conversation, we welcomed special guest Simone Morris, CEO of Simone Morris Enterprise LLC, on the podcast to discuss what types of conversations need to be had in the workplace, who should be leading the charge on those discussions, and what organizations can do to best demonstrate their support for diversity and inclusion.
Not every company is alike, nor are they equally equipped to address DEI&B in the workplace. Gain a deeper understanding of your current culture and processes to determine what's in place and what's needed to develop a customized plan.
Leadership teams must tackle the complexities of employee concerns surrounding equity, anti-racism, diversity, and... a pandemic, too. How can we use uncertainty, chaos and disruption as vehicles to empower the organization as a whole? Tune into this ENGAGE Chat for key insights and tactics that lead to systemic and cultural change.
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Whether your organization is taking the first step or the hundredth step to address DEI&B in the workplace, it’s a step in the right direction.
We know that it feels like an impossibly challenging time. As you need it, OneDigital’s strategic workforce consultants are here with advice and support to help you navigate through these conversations, discussions and next steps as you look toward making change for the better. Click here to connect with a local HR Consultant and begin your journey towards a more inclusive workplace.