In this podcast episode, we speak with Siobhan Sweeney, Senior Global Director for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Element. We explore the key challenges that companies face when embarking on DEI initiatives and discuss effective strategies to overcome them.
As well, we approach the role of the senior management in driving cultural change and fostering an inclusive environment that resonates throughout the organisation. For your company to thrive in the world of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion it is important to incorporate DEI initiatives into all aspects of the employee experience, from recruitment and hiring to training and development.
Unfortunately, misconceptions about DEI persist. We tackle some of the most common myths surrounding this crucial area and discuss how organisations can actively work to dispel them
This is a podcast for any company that really wants to make some meaningful changes to the organisational structure.
We really hope you enjoy it!
Siobhan has a proven track record for delivery of best practice DEI Programmes, Culture Transformation, Engagement and Well-being, in major corporations, from strategy to implementation.
Element is a global provider of Testing, Inspection and Certification services for a diverse range of materials and products in sectors where failure in service is not an option.
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Employee Experience goes beyond job satisfaction, it encompasses every aspect of the employer/employee relationship. EX is a central issue for HR and an organisational priority for top businesses. In this whitepaper, we explore this matter thoughtfully focusing on the processes of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
At HRLocker we are passionate about enabling our clients to create amazing employee experiences using technology.
Working with companies large and small around the world, we’ve seen what works and what doesn’t. It is our hope that this whitepaper will provide readers with useful, actionable insights that positively impact their people and the bottom line.