Do you REALLY want to make a difference in DEI at your company? HERE is how you start…

  • Do you REALLY want to make a difference in DEI at your company? HERE is how you start…

  • Chris Hoyt

    April 26, 2021 at 10:10 am Company: CXR

    If you missed it, that’s okay.  There’s still time to actually drive change at your company versus just talking about it.

    How much time?  Just about 20 minutes.  Honestly… just about 30 minutes.  Here’s the deal…

    Rocki Howard (Chief Diversity Officer) at Smart Recruiters has worked to put together a comprehensive survey that you can take for your organization for FREE.  What you get back is a ~20 page report on your company’s readiness for FREE.

    If you take this survey, we’re inviting you to what is usually a members-only meeting to see how your company stacks up.  All of the data will be anonymized but you’ll walk away knowing how you stacked up against what others are doing.  And that is a powerful thing to have when you reconnect with your leadership and resource teams.

    Go here to take the survey.

    • It’s FREE
    • You can save as you go in the event you need to come back to finish
    • If you aren’t 100% certain of your answer, it’s okay to make your best GUESS
    • It’s anonymous

    Post here that you’re taking it and we’ll send you the meeting invitation to our one-hour review of the results and open dialogue with talent leaders weighing in and challenging each other to do more… 
    I hope you’ll join us as we talk about having an impact, not just voicing intent in this space.

    And yes… you can pass this along to anyone you’d like.

  • Richard Duncan

    May 5, 2021 at 9:21 am Company: Lehigh Hanson
    252 Points

    Just took the survey.

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