Matthew Perry, head of talent acquisition, global pharmaceutical and global oncology business units for Novartis (No. 2 on the 2016 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list), shares how Novartis’ Talent Ambassador Program has successfully recruited and retained women in pivotal leadership roles.
During a panel moderated by Lissiah Hundley, diversity and inclusion strategist for Cox Enterprises, executives from Monsanto (No. 43 on the 2016 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list), Nielsen (No. 41) and Comcast NBCUniversal (No. 29) discussed the realities of unconscious bias and offered strategies to remedy it at the recruiting stage.
Wells Fargo’s Kathy Martinez offers valuable advice.
VIDEO: Candid Conversation: How to Hold Executive Recruiters Accountable for Presenting Diverse Slates
DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti sat with AT&T’s Cynthia “Cynt” Marshall and Sodexo’s Gerri Mason Hall tosharea candid conversation about what qualities make the best recruiters and how to involve recruiters in your company’s commitment to diversity.
Dr. David Rodriguez, EVP, global chief human resources officer for Marriott International (No. 9 on the 2016 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list), explains why it’s important to make sure you’re attracting the most diverse top talent to your company anddescribes the people-centric culture that has helped Marriott be so successful.
Civil rights attorney Steve Phillips, author of the book “Brown is the New White,” told some of the nation’s top thought leaders and corporate executives committed to diversity and inclusion that a “New American Majority” is “transforming all manners of modern society.”
National Workrights Institute President Lewis Maltby and Johns Hopkins Medicine International CEO Pamela Paulk share best practices on hiring ex-offenders.”