Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Staffing Industry: Insights From Industry Leaders and Data From the Field
Attend this Webinar
Dec 2, 2020 3–4 p.m. Eastern
Who Should Attend
Staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industry professionals
What if there was something you could do today—or before the end of 2020—to positively impact diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts at your firm?
In this webinar, three staffing industry leaders will discuss what they’ve learned about making real change in their firms—both as leaders within staffing and as individuals.
Eric Gregg of ClearlyRated, Leslie Vickrey of ClearEdge Marketing, and DeLibra Wesley of the Delta Cos. will explore how their experiences have shaped their perceptions of DEI, how they’ve responded to the latest industry research, what industry leaders can learn from the current demographics of the staffing industry and the sentiment of staffing professionals, and what has worked to improve equity and inclusion in staffing.
During this webinar, attendees will learn
- Which issues matter most to women and people of color in the staffing industry
- Ways staffing firms can utilize unconventional solutions to address DEI challenges
- How to go beyond diversity statistics and get to the heart of inclusion and exclusivity
Eric Gregg, CEO, ClearlyRated
Leslie Vickrey, CEO, ClearEdge Marketing
DeLibra Wesley, COO, The Delta Cos.
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