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Why Organizations Should Care About Belonging, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Today’s post comes to us from Workforce Institute Executive Director, Dr. Chris Mullen, Ph.D., SHRM-SCP, SPHR and includes a conversation featuring Workforce Institute board members John Frehse and Sarah Morgan.

It’s time for another episode from the “Leadership in the Labor Shortage” series (also known as “No Suits, No Slides”), and I’m pleased to be able to join the conversation again. We filmed this episode while in Las Vegas at the UKG Works conference last month.

This time around, I join Workforce Institute advisory board members John Frehse, senior managing director at Ankura, and Sarah Morgan, chief excellence officer at BuzzARooney, LLC, as well as the returning Shawn Miles, senior managing director of social impact and community engagement at Ankura.

In this episode, we discuss why organizations should care about belonging, diversity, equity, and inclusion — beyond just doing the right thing for their people, and society as a whole. We talk about how organizational diversity should be a “must have” — not a “nice to have” — for every organization, no matter the size or industry. This is a crucial conversation that we must continue to have, as we all take action to make meaningful differences for people everywhere.

If you missed any episodes from the “No Suits, No Slides” series, you can view the entire lineup of episodes via the links below.

Episode 1: Hiring, Turnover, and the Economy
Episode 2: Where Did All the Workers Go? How Can We Get Them Back?
Episode 3:
How Meaningful ESG Drives Performance: Part One
Episode 4: How Meaningful ESG Drives Performance: Part Two
Episode 5: Showing Gratitude for the Frontline Workforce
Episode 6:
What Can Organizations Do About the Ongoing Labor Shortage?

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