Reduce legal risk for your organization through your D&I programming
Overcome barriers to D&I success
Create reliable measurements and benchmarks that will allow you to strategically plan and evaluate your D&I progress
Help your organization, especially its executives; understand the potential benefits of diversity
Connect your program to business outcomes
Progress from the “Undeveloped” or “Beginning” level of D&I to “Intermediate”
Throughout 2015, PeopleFluent conducted in-depth research on Diversity and Inclusion Programs and discovered that these initiatives develop through four different levels of maturity - Undeveloped, Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced/Vanguard. Each level includes its own set of challenges, and we’ve developed specialized strategies for overcoming those obstacles.
During this webcast, we’ll focus on the “Undeveloped*” and “Beginning**” maturity stages of D&I.
*Undeveloped: Little has been done to integrate diversity goals with organizational goals
**Beginning: Some efforts have been made in using D&I as PR function and we are thinking about how diversity helps to position or organization as an employer of choice
Skill shortages, economic flux, competitive pressures, global competition for talent, outsourcing labor, compliance legislation, and aging populations are just a few of the daunting challenges faced by human resources management today. Join this webcast to see how to use the info in your existing HCM systems to play a strategic role in your organization, align your HR goals with larger company initiatives and enhance the value of the HR team as a whole.
Typically, an organization’s diversity program matures through four different stages of development. Do you know what stage your company’s program is at and how you can move past your current obstacles and on to the next level? New research from PRI shows what each stage looks like, how these stages change over time and what you can do to overcome challenges and improve your diversity program in your organization.