Can Employee Resource Groups Boost Bottom Line & Save the World?

Experts from Eli Lilly and Company provide proven tips and best practices for how to make the most of your ERGs.

No matter what you call them, Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are proven to be beneficial for participants. But how can you maximize the potential benefits your ERGs have to offer?

One company that has had proven success is Eli Lilly and Company (No. 26 on the 2016 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list and No. 12 on the Top 12 Companies for Employee Resource Groups list). Two experts from Lilly shared proven tips and best practices during our “Can Employee Resource Groups Boost Bottom Line & Save the World?” webinar. Janice Chavers, director, global diversity at Lilly, and Linda Gunn, chair of Lilly’s African American Network (AAN), shared what has worked for their company and gave advice on how to use their strategies to make the most of your ERGs.

 

To download a PDF of the presentation, click here

 

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