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Laura Neuenschwander, Senior Director of Global Inclusion, Diversity and Equity at Medtronic and Dr. Chloe Lemelle, Assistant Vice President of Human Resources at AT&T discussed how companies can navigate the current environment for DEI and set actionable and realistic goals for 2024.
Webinar Date: December 13, 2023 - 03:00 PM EDT
Using data from the Top 50 Companies for Diversity survey, we’ll examine the characteristics of companies with best-in-class executive fairness councils, including how they’re structured and how they plug into the larger strategy of the business. Attendees will hear from leaders who serve on councils about how those groups drive a company’s workplace fairness strategy and goals.
In this edition of Meeting in a Box, Fair360 reflects on the various inclusive topics and challenges we explored throughout the year in our toolkits. Join us as we explore how to create inclusive environments for LGBTQ+ workers, the power of supplier diversity initiatives, how to develop and nurture interfaith ERGs and the complexity of the Asian American work experience.
Black History Month (Feb. 2024)
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Women’s History Month (Mar. 2024)
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Mental Health Awareness Month (May 2024)
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Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage (AAPI) Month (May 2024)
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Pride Month (June 2024)
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Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 2024)
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National Disability Employment Month (Oct. 2024)
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Are you finding it difficult to rise up the leadership ranks? Erich Spencer, Senior Director of Global Inclusion Diversity and Equity and Guide Business Partners at Medtronic (No. 2 on Fair360 2023 Top 50 Companies for Diversity list) spoke how being authentic can help employees grow as a leader.
Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) is a relative newcomer to the key performance metrics (KPIs) used to determine executive compensation. The seeds of that trend were planted with the introduction of environmental, social and governance (ESG) in the mid-2000s. As early as 2006, Fortune 500 companies have incorporated ESG metrics into their executive compensation models.
Roughly 200,000 service members transition out of the military each year, with 77% looking for full-time employment. Organizations prioritizing veterans have the unique opportunity to help this group of job seekers navigate the civilian workforce.
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing is nothing new. Socially responsible investing has existed for centuries. But “woke” capitalism, “woke” ESG and “woke” investing are some of the terms used to describe ESG today.
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) have come a long way since their founding over 50 years ago. ERGs, which began with the Xerox National Black Employees Caucus in 1970, have become prevalent in today’s corporate landscape, with around 90% of Fortune 500 companies having them.
Supplier fairness certification is one of the tools used to promote equity and inclusion in supply chains and the business ecosystem. It allows historically marginalized groups, including minority-owned, women-owned, veteran-owned and LGBTQ-owned businesses to participate in the marketplace.