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Join us to uncover the latest research from the DIAL Global Diversity Review (DDR).
Now in its third year, the DDR (formerly known as The McKenzie-Delis Review) is the most comprehensive review of corporate practices against the ten facets of workplace diversity and inclusion across some of the largest companies in the UK and US.
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Join us at the New York Stock Exchanges as we bring together inspirational speakers and leading voices in the diversity, inclusion, belonging and equity (DIBE) space to discuss:
Key findings of the research in the UK and US – where gains have been made year on year, and where more attention is needed
Key initiatives of leading organisations and, specifically, the impact of these initiatives on DIBE in their business
Why DIBE isn’t simple. Chief Diversity Officers are under no illusion that DIBE is a walk in the park. Working across all areas of their organisations, the challenges are multiple, no matter what stage of the journey – that maturity curve – the company is at. How can we collaborate to accelerate?
SELF ID & THE RISE OF DATA COLLECTION
The DIAL Global Diversity Review's 2023 research shows a steep increase in workforce data collection in the UK but less so in the US. As more companies get on board with self-ID, we ask just how big a role data plays in achieving equity, and how companies in the UK and US can learn from each other.
Dr. Yetta Toliver
Director, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Yahoo
Global Head of Diversity,
Inclusion and Belonging
HAVE WE REACHED THE END OF EMPATHY?
Our research has uncovered a significant decrease in support for working parents and carers in the US, whether that’s the reduction in support for paid paternity or adoption parental leave or a reduction in flexible working. So, are we seeing companies tightening their belts in tough economic times? Given the increased cost of living, could a downward shift to mandatory parental/carer support lead to yet more challenges in recruiting and retaining the best talent? Let’s get under the skin of the intersection between parenthood and caring and socio-economic status.
Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions
Sr Director, Colleague Wellness
Chief Procurement Officer
Editor in Chief
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