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Diversity & Inclusion - Getting it right

Author Name: Jay Tarimala | Format: Paperback | Genre : Business, Investing & Management | Other Details
Amazon Sales Rank: Ranked #17 in Business Management, Finance & Economics

Diversity and Inclusion programs and its associated policies do not have a defined end date. It is a continuous improvement process to be able to attract diverse talent, improve the existing employee’s engagement with the company and also convey the brand value to an external audience.

D&I is about encouraging diversity of thoughts, perspectives, opinions and experiences. Competency should be the foremost criteria for hiring however intentional bias should be weeded out and unconscious bias to be controlled to a large extent. 

There is no one size fits all policy for D&I initiative implementation. Every organization's situation is unique, the qualitative current status data, honest discussions will reveal a path to progress, support from the top management and identifying barriers and creating sustained action plans to overcome them will navigate the company to an inclusive environment that drives innovation, competitive edge, and above all committed and happy employees.

This book is an attempt to provide some insight into how some companies are utilizing D&I Program implementation to increase their mindshare with the desired talent pool as well as some strategies to adopt to roll out a new or expand the existing D&I Program.



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Jay Tarimala

Jay Tarimala is an accomplished and internationally (Canadian) experienced recruitment professional with over fifteen years of hands-on experience in sourcing, recruiting, interviewing and candidate selection.

Working as a talent acquisition professional, Jay has sharpened his collaborative and consultative skills and is viewed as a strategic business partner among internal and external stakeholders.