Suzanne Walker was a panel moderator for The Impact of #MeToo and the Time’s Up Movement on Diversity & Inclusion Programs at the Bank Director Executive Compensation and Talent Conference. The presentation description is below.
Studies show that companies with a diverse workforce outperform non-diverse ones and inclusive organizations are more engaged and productive. As a result, organizations are seeing the business reasons for a robust D&I program which can include, among other things, mentorships for women. During this session, we discuss the unintended consequences of #MeToo on mentoring, specifically the concerns male managers have in the current social environment and what organizations can do to structure a D&I program that addresses these concerns. We will also discuss how the Time’s Up movement has put pay equity in the spotlight and resulted in changes in certain state laws.
Tuesday, November 6, 2018-
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas
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