In this "On the Job" segment, Drew Lewis, VP Diversity and Talent at ADP, chats with Cheddar News about the value of data and the scientific method when implementing and measuring workplace diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.
We talked to Jace Harker, ADP's Director of Product for DataCloud, and Annette Allen, ADP's Director of Strategy for DataCloud, to learn more about how people analytics can improve diversity and inclusion. Here are the thoughts they shared.
People are at the heart of business success. When we add diverse voices, create equitable and inclusive cultures — we are enabling our people to flourish, and in doing so, our businesses will follow suit.
The best place to start with all diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives is with understanding your workforce demographics so you can assess and prioritize what to do and where to focus. But general organizational census data is only the start.
When organizations engage third parties, they cannot overlook the importance of vendor risk management.
Continuing our series on AI and Data Ethics, this conversation with Don Weinstein is about accountability and transparency.
As organizations adapt to new workplace realities, there's an uptick in "people analytics" to improve performance and boost employee engagement. But what does this look like in practice? Here's a look at six HR-driven data trends for 2021.