By Natalie J. Egan Managing Diversity & Inclusion at an enterprise level has never been more challenging than it… Read more
Since embarking on our mission to spread empathy and equality, we’ve come across countless D&I strategies and tactics from companies that really just focus on the compliance piece. At the same time, we’ve met with other companies that aren’t familiar with the true meaning of D&I in the workplace.
Gone are the days when the word diversity was only dropped once a year during a half-day, compliance-driven training session. Today, it’s top-of-mind for corporate America, regardless of role and seniority. So much so that the majority of Fortune 500 companies have appointed C-level Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) leaders!