Integrating HR and Diversity Strategy By Edna Chun and Alvin Evans In a relentlessly competitive and fast-paced global economy, research reveals that executives in global corporations worldwide recognize the importance of diversity, as well as HR’s pivotal role in fostering inclusive talent practices. Yet, despite this recognition, some organizations... Read more

Recruiting and hiring diverse employees is only the beginning. With a disciplined commitment, companies can build a diverse leadership pipeline to compete in a global marketplace that demands innovation.

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The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), an organization dedicated to the success of African-American engineering students and professionals, and Johnson Controls…

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Innovation… adaptability… learning agility… These skills and abilities are required for success in a global economy. So why does the pipeline often come up short on the talent we so desperately need?

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The first step in building a diverse and inclusive workforce is to ensure diverse pipelines of candidates in the recruitment process.

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Diversity Red Flags

PDJ November 29, 2011 0

Let’s face it. Making diversity and inclusion a true corporate priority ranks among the toughest challenges confronting HR professionals today.

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As the war on talent intensifies and globalization continues to drive future business practices, corporate attitudes on diversity and inclusion have shifted from a moral obligation to a business imperative.

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In an industry still struggling to implement diversity and inclusion, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) is something of a rarity: women make up 32 percent of the workforce and a little over 20 percent of senior leaders.

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Business leaders should realize creating a workplace that attracts, retains and engages their workforce is important no matter what the economy is doing. The key point to remember is talented and skilled people are always in demand. The more skill and talent they possess, the more likely they can leave you for another employer.

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Halliburton is a leading energy services company with 60,000 employees working in 80 countries. Our employees speak more than 200 languages, and they range from field operators to engineers, scientists and managers.

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