Studies and data are proving that companies that have gender, ethnic, and cultural diversity are more likely to experience above-average profitability and almost 70% of candidates consider a company’s diversity when evaluating job offers. A clear link exists between the diversity of a company and candidates growing desire to work with businesses that embrace such diversity. Join talent executives in an in-depth conversation, followed by an interactive Q&A, as they examine what it takes to incorporate D&I initiatives in hiring:
Gender bias is holding women back in the workplace. Whether deliberate or unconscious, bias makes it harder for women to get hired and promoted and negatively impacts their day-to-day work experiences. This hurts women and makes it difficult for companies to level the playing field.
This workshop is a hands-on activity that will highlight specific examples of gender bias in the workplace and offers research backed recommendations for what to do. Key evidence-based research findings include:
More companies are using Total Rewards as part of the recruiting and hiring as it can be extremely beneficial in helping candidates understand the many ways in which employees are rewarded within your organization. The concept is the same as any Total Rewards program, only now you are sharing the full value of employment with a candidate, rather than an employee.in this session we will discuss:
Join Cathy Neal of Bayer, as she moderates a panel of talent recruitment executives as they look forward to the trends that will solve the challenges we face today and tomorrow.