Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Why You're Solving the Wrong Problem

Why do DE&I initiatives fail to create real change in businesses, and what can Talent Acquisition teams do to give them a greater chance of success? That is what our speakers explore in this session.

The correlation between companies’ bottom line profits and the diversity of their workforce has been a proven fact of business for a long time, and yet, companies still struggle to achieve true diversity in their employees’ ranks.

We’ve invited three Beamery experts to tell us why talent leaders might be by working on the wrong problems when it comes to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Sinead Daly, diversity and inclusion specialist, and Samantha Bagley, talent technology implementation consultant, both discuss this issue with Steve Bianchi, Chief People officer at Beamery.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Why You're Solving the Wrong Problem
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Why do DE&I initiatives fail to create real change in businesses, and what can Talent Acquisition teams do to give them a greater chance of success? That is what our speakers explore in this session.

Benefit block icon DE&I initiatives must come from a central workforce strategyDE&I initiatives must come from a central workforce strategy

Benefit block icon 3 factors must be present for DE&I programs to succeed3 factors must be present for DE&I programs to succeed

Benefit block icon Talent teams can use technology to support DE&I strategiesTalent teams can use technology to support DE&I strategies