For centuries, countries around the world have been redefined and enriched by the influx of diverse populations. Similarly, Corporations have evolved to employ expanding diverse workforces and an ever-changing demographic of customers who look for representation in the products and services they use. The inclusion of multicultural perspectives has helped many companies attract and retain top talent, mitigate risk, and capture new markets.
Studies show that workplaces that actively promote equity and diversity and critically but compassionately probe and address sensitive topics such as systemic racism are more likely to thrive. The workplace is a melting pot of employee backgrounds – whether it’s race, sexual orientation, gender, religion, or even communication and leadership styles. While these backgrounds are valuable to the company, some common practices and behaviors suppress and prevent career advancement, fair treatment, and equal pay of minority employees.
Together with our partners, the National Association of Black Compliance and Risk Management Professionals (NABCRMP), SAI Global has created a ground-breaking course that examines the corrosive impact of systemic racism on corporate culture—and performance—and details how workplaces can effectively address systemic racism.
Listen to our robust roundtable discussion on this important topic and learn how to build a more equitable—and successful—organization.
- Anne Spencer, Learning Content Manager for SAI Global
- Moni Robinson, Chief Operating Officer for National Association of Black Compliance & Risk Management Professionals, Inc.
- Rina Souppa, Sr. Director, Product Management and Design for SAI Global
- Dion Harrison, Chair, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee, NABCRMP
- Jennifer Winfield, Vice Chair, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee, NABCRMP
- Lorraine D’Angelo, Member, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee, NABCRMP