Navigating Critical Conversations About Black Lives Matter and Race in the Workplace
Friday, July 17, 2020
10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m..
The year of 2020 has radically changed the focus of Human Resources professionals, due to the COVID pandemic and the murder of George Floyd, which catalyzed protesters in the U.S. and around the globe, and which has led to meaningful conversations about systemic racism and individual and organizational responsibility. HR executives must lead the way to address how we can best support our employees, our communities, and our companies during these challenging times.
Mark Levy, EX Advisor and Former CHRO, will lead a forward-thinking discussion with others in the HR community to share best practices on how to address recent protests, support employees, and prioritize diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives within their organizations. He will be joined by Arthur Woods, the co-founder of Mathison, a talent marketplace helping employers recruit and retain professionals from underrepresented communities globally. He is the creator of the first Equal Hiring Index to assess inclusive hiring practices of organizations. Arthur came from Google where he led operations for YouTube’s Education division and oversaw YouTube for Schools. Arthur previously co-founded Imperative, leading social learning platform; Out in Tech, the largest global LGBTQ technology community; and Social Impact 360, a collegiate social enterprise education program.
The session will provide a unique opportunity for networking and sharing knowledge and experiences with peers.
Free for RMHRPS members
$10 for nonmembers
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