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20231206 | What Can Rihanna, Beyonce, Taylor Swift & Maybe Barbie Teach Employers? 

12-06-2023 03:14 PM

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Diversity, equity, and inclusion are good for business and critical for talent attraction, development, workforce planning, and increasingly internal talent mobility. Not convinced? Rihanna’s Super Bowl Halftime Show was the most-streamed Super Bowl ever with a whopping 113 million viewers. Beyoncé’s “Renaissance Tour,” and Taylor Swift’s “Eras Tour,” are likely to bring in well over $1 billion in ticket sales, and "Barbie" will exceed over $1 billion at the box office. What does any of this have to do with workforce planning, talent development, employee mobility and retention? The total number of women in the labor force is expected to continue to rise over the next eight years, largely driven by women over the age of 25, according to projections from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).

How are innovative talent leaders preparing for and approaching this changing landscape and their inherent challenges and opportunities? Increasingly, data shows us that skills-based hiring frameworks and assessments are the foundation to build unbiased processes that attract diverse talent, (including women), promote internal talent for a variety of roles and greatly support DEI and Compliance goals, and future-proof organizational capabilities. Want to know more? Please join this lively session to discover:

- The insider “playbook” of how to understand and build a skills-based hiring and talent development framework.
- Processes that eliminate bias and highlight performance, motivation and potential.
- Solutions that enhance diversity, supports internal mobility and compliance.


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