Increasing Engagement, Retention & Talent Development of New Black Hires

Increasing Engagement, Retention & Talent Development of New Black Hires


Increasing Engagement, Retention & Talent Development of New Black Hires: Only 4 percent of CPAs are Black. Here’s how PwC is cutting that gap.

Only 4 percent of CPAs are Black, but PricewaterhouseCoopers is looking to decrease that gap through its innovative Vanguard program.

Elena Richards, talent management leader, Office of Diversity,PricewaterhouseCoopers, presents at DiversityInc’sInnovation Fest!how her firm improves hiring, engagement and promotion of Blacks by providing new hires a year-long leadership/talent-development program as part of its on-boarding efforts. The company is No. 1 inThe 2012 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity. Watch the video below to learn about this innovative program.

The fullInnovation Fest!presentationswith PowerPoint slides are available onBestPractices.DiversityInc.com.

Watch the otherInnovation Fest! videos:How 9 Companies Capitalize on Innovation: Resource Groups, Engagement & Talent Development.

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