Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI): How to Measure Workforce Diversity and Establish DEI Goals
Truly committing to DEI requires much more than a simple revision to an organization’s mission statement, training, or public statements of support made by top executives. These actions, although needed first steps, should be accompanied by a plan for launching and measuring specific DEI initiatives.
Achieving DEI commitments ultimately require measurable, achievable, and legally compliant goals.
Please join Franczek attorney Michael A. Warner, and Labor Economist Candice Rosevear of Global Economics Group for an in-depth presentation on how to legally and effectively measure workforce diversity and establish quantifiable goals to increase workforce diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Our presentation will include the following topics:
- The legal framework surrounding voluntary affirmative action initiatives and DEI goal setting.
- The social, legal, and business risk of not engaging (or improperly engaging) in DEI goal setting.
- How to measure existing workforce diversity and pay equity and collect useful DEI metrics.
- The methodologies used to quantify and establish achievable DEI goals.
- How to implement DEI goals legally and effectively.