Diversity: Is it Dead or Just Transformed
1000 International Drive
Budd Lake, NJ 07028
February 16, 2017
6:00pm – 8:30 PM
SHRM PDCs: 1.5 approved
HRCI Credits: 1.0 approved
It has been over 20 years since the concept of Diversity first came into the business consciousness. In that time Diversity has transitioned from an extension of compliance to a basic component of organizational effectiveness. In this interactive, fast paced session we will explore the current state of Diversity as a business tool. We will ask and answer the question “Is the need for Diversity Dead?’ while examining our own experiences with capitalizing on the Diversity in our organizations. Each of us will leave this session with at least one concrete idea for pushing the Diversity outcomes in our organization.
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Presenter - Alma Scott-Buczak is Garden State Council - SHRM's outgoing Diversity and Inclusion Chair and incoming Director. She has 30+ years in HR in central banking, pharmaceuticals, public transportation and higher education Alma holds a BA in Economics from Lafayette College and an MA in Human Resources Management from New School University.She is also SHRM –SPC and SHPR certified.
1.5 SHRM PDC
Approved for 1.5 HRCI Credits
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