There’s significant research that shows that Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) programs brings many advantages to a company’s bottom line: increased profitability, creativity, innovation, and better problem-solving abilities. Employees with diverse backgrounds bring their own perspectives, ideas and experiences, helping to create an organization’s resilience and value.
Our panel of experts will share why and how their company’s comprehensive D&I programs contribute to the overall success and productivity at their companies.
Deputy Chief HR Officer
SVP, Human Resources
New York Life Insurance Company
Rivkin Radler LLP
Partner, NFP & Higher Education & Northeast D&I Leader
Grant Thornton LLP
Engaging Employees: Why you want ERG’s (Employee Resource Groups) at your workplace
Employee Resource Groups are a critical piece of an organization’s diversity and inclusion strategy. Voluntary, employee led groups foster a diverse, inclusive workplace that supports the organization’s mission, goals, and business practices. Employees perform better when feeling accepted and included in their company culture. National Grid will share why their best practices and tips on how you can create successful ERG’s at your workplace.
CAREGIVING TALES AND STRATEGIES TO ACHIEVE A HEALTHY FAMILY AND WORK LIFE BALANCE
Genser Cona Elder Law will demonstrate multiple scenarios illustrating the caregiving challenges facing individuals, families and their employers today. Learn how to reduce stress with effective communication skills and proper planning to protect yourself, your assets, and your family. Observe family conversations and interoffice scenes with mock CEOS, Social Workers, Financial Advisors, and employees to gain a different prospective on work/life integration.
Be Visible: Make Your Mark
VP, GLOBAL CONSUMER PARTNERSHIPS, VARIETY
An important part of every conference is the networking, join us by the pool for networking, food & drink.