In our second installment of White Women Who are Intentional Allies to Women of Color, Karyn Twaronite (Partner, EY Global and Americas Diversity & Inclusiveness Officer; Member of Executive Committee, Ernst & Young LLP) shared…
Humana provides insights about the its recruitment of people with disabilities and its resource group for people with disabilities.
Dianne Greene, Division Vice President and General Manager at ADP, talks about how she overcame micro aggressions at another company early on in her career by focusing on what mattered to her and the business most.
GM was one of the very first companies to have an employee resource group for people with disabilities. The GM ABLE Employee Resource Group was established in 1993 and has been instrumental in providing input on facilities accommodations and in sharing their time/talents with local communities, and people caring for a family member with a disability.
Recruitment at Wells Fargo focuses not only on accommodating people with disabilities throughout the hiring process, but on purposefully attracting people with disabilities. The company’s recruitment website includes a designated phone number for applicants with diverse abilities to request accommodations for the interview and selection phase.
EY’s professional networks (ERGs) and inclusion councils work in concert to achieve desired outcomes.
CVS Health’s colleague resource groups help with recruitment, talent development and commerce.
Johnson & Johnson’s Chief Diversity Officer Wanda Hope gives an overview of the company’s talent development programs. Among the topics covered are unconscious bias training for people managers, development through ERGs, relationship capital and networking, and sponsorship for high potentials.
NFL manager says teams will use Kaepernick as cautionary tale to prevent players “from doing what he did.”
Henson’s stylist shared the reason behind the cut, and DiversityInc asked Tamika Katon-Donegal, an L.A.-based Black actress, why she wears her natural curls.
Comcast NBCUniversal Drives LGBTQ Inclusion through Collaboration, Content, and a Focus on My Community
We want all of our employees to feel comfortable being their full and authentic selves at work. When that happens, our teams are more productive, ideas are better, innovation is enhanced and collaboration is stronger. We’ve implemented several initiatives across our company to celebrate our LGBTQ employees and encourage open dialogue.
Alliance, the name of the LGBT ERG, is focused on making TIAA the employer and financial services partner of choice for individuals within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community.