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Becoming a DE&I Change Agent in Your Company

Key Takeaways

  • Getting buy-in needed to truly impact DE&I
  • Operationalizing pay equity and total compensation
  • Recruiting strategies to build more diverse teams

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About this webinar

When it comes to recruiting, there’s so much pressure to hire to talent that it’s very tempting to do whatever it takes to hire the most skilled, most sought after candidates. So difficult, in fact, that companies stray from their core values, their employer brand or their mission statement in order to make hires happen.

To complicate matters, unconscious bias in the hiring process undermines evidence-based hiring decisions and leads to more homogenous organizations and wage disparity. The result is organizations that are less strategic, less innovative and therefore, less attractive to top talent. In fact, 69% of candidates in Hired’s 2019 Wage Inequality Report said they would be more interested in working for a company that publicly publishes their internal salary data.

While diversity, equity and inclusion are often part of a company’s public mission, this webinar will help  explain how to make that mission a reality and make you an agent for change in your company.

Meet the Speakers

Stacey Olive
Vice President of Talent
New York Times
Stacey is a business and people focused professional with over 15 years of demonstrated success integrating business strategy with recruitment expertise. She prides herself on her ability to translate the vision of the organization into inclusive and actionable plans and goals.
Ragini Holloway
Vice President of Talent
Affirm
Ragini Holloway is currently Vice President of Talent at Affirm, where she oversees recruiting , employer brand, and diversity and inclusion. She's also a strategic advisor for PeopleTech Partners and tech startups including Pinkaloo and Shift.org.

Ragini helps high-growth startups scale recruitment and HR processes, often from scratch. Most recently she took Credit Karma from 40 to 500, and has similar ambitious hiring goals at Affirm, which has already doubled in headcount in the last year.

Ragini advocates for collaborative hiring practices and facilitates organic and authentic wok cultures where people come together and discover common goals. Ragini is heavily focused on building diverse teams and designing employee engagement programs that drive ongoing workplace satisfaction and high retention rates.
Cheryl Roubian
Vice President of People
Greenhouse
Cheryl is the VP of People at Greenhouse, where her team drives the strategic People practices that guide Greenhouse's success. With 10+ years of experience in tech and SaaS, Cheryl is a career people-and org- developer. Under her leadership, Greenhouse has landed in the #2 spot on Crain's New York Best Places to Work, #10 Best Company Culture to work for by Comparably, and #1 Best Place to Work by Glassdoor. She was also a leader in the introduction of ELTV (Employee Lifetime Value) - a method for measuring the ROI of investing in People. Find Cheryl on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Karsten Vagner
Senior Director of People Operations
Hired
Karsten Vagner is the Senior Director of People Operations at Hired, where he leads both the Recruiting team and the HR Business Partner team. With 10 years of experience in tech startups, Karsten has focused on helping grow small companies into billion dollar businesses by attracting, retaining, and developing top talent all over the world.