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During our virtual ReimagineHR Conference, Gartner experts discussed pressing industry issues with attending CHROs and HR executives from the world’s leading organizations. Among some of the most prominent topics were the future of work and diversifying talent pools at the leadership level.
Diversity, equity and inclusion continues to remain top-of-mind for our clients as well as within our own organization, as we strive to take decisive action to achieve racial justice and equity. Through the work of our global research and advisory team, we’re able to share our own insights with HR leaders to help them navigate their organizational D&I journey.
“The opportunity to mitigate bias exists in all key talent processes, although they might not have been originally created with that intention. Gartner works with clients to help organizations mitigate that bias as they hire, evaluate, train and retain talent, and ultimately improve performance,” says Ania Krasniewska, Human Resources Practice Vice President, Research & Advisory.
In one of our most recent press releases from the conference, our team shared strategies to help clients diversify their talent pools and increase hiring from underrepresented and minority groups. At Gartner, we’re continuously renewing our commitment to do the same.
As a people-driven organization, we’re dedicated to building a work environment that inspires innovation, reflects diverse backgrounds and allows for all associates to feel supported in their professional development.
Interested in learning more about our team? Check out Gartner’s commitment to diversity, inclusion and engagement here.