What was the most valuable thing you learned during this session?
Data, global-specific goals, and remote work are essential
- Data is key to make your global diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts effective, and a common tool is a voluntary survey of the company’s workforce. Carefully define what information you will ask for in the survey, what consent information you will include in your survey, and how you are going to use the data you collect.
- Determine what global goals you are trying to accomplish as an organization so when you interact with individuals in the different countries where your group operates, there is a common vision, and so you can put resources behind those global goals. Avoid getting caught up in trying to be too specific to the local context so that you can’t accomplish anything big picture. For example, maybe make hiring your current year’s global goal .
- Don’t be afraid to embrace DEI. Most companies can no longer afford to be on top of DEI lest they won’t be able to attract and retain talent.
- Employees in a global organization expect pay transparency to be applied globally, not just in the states or countries where laws require such transparency.
- Think about if and how remote work impacts your diverse employees.
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