The most successful companies are those where all employees thrive, not just a select few. In order to build a culture that is truly inclusive of all employees, companies must rethink diversity and inclusion.
Organizations need to look at more than just racial diversity and broaden D&I efforts beyond recruiting. How do you incorporate D&I into all aspects of the employee experience?
Hear from our panel of experts on Wednesday, August 26th, at 2pm EDT as they share research, insights, and best practices to build an inclusive culture.
Join us to:
• Find out what’s missing in most organizations’ D&I initiatives
• Get practical tips for incorporating inclusion into all parts of the employee experience
• Learn how to improve your training, mentorship, and other D&I efforts
James Jackson, III serves as the Supplier Diversity Program Manager at Zions Bancorporation, where he is responsible for building relationships with capable diverse suppliers who can provide goods and services across the enterprise. Mr. Jackson is the founder of the Utah Black Chamber and has started or helped start several other programs to elevate Utah’s diverse community, including Living Color Utah and the Utah Diversity Career Fair. Mr. Jackson also has his own business focused on providing coaching, training, teaching leadership, and organizational development.
Leah Lobato is the Director of the Governor’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities and Business Relations with the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation a division of the Department of Workforce Services (DWS). She networks, connects with, and trains state, regional, and national employers to promote the employment and retention of individuals with disabilities.
Omar Riney – Omar is the Senior Recruiter at tech.co. He has been in the talent acquisition space for 8 years, helping scale large and small organizations and assisting leaders in developing strong talent organizations. Now, supporting a civic tech startup out of DC, Omar is focused on creating a better tech landscape for POC in areas of the country where POC are under-represented.
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