Where DEI Training Doesn’t Work

Oct 28, 2022

Oct 28, 2022

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Incorporating diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) successfully into the workplace has to come from a genuine desire to improve a workplace culture rather than as a way to check boxes, speakers said in a RIMS Canada Conference panel discussion.  

“Often [DEI] training will be done for compliance purposes,” said Sarah Robson, president and CEO of Marsh Canada, referring to a study she read. “And, in particular, training that has been created… for the express purpose to minimize the litigation [doesn’t] have the same sort of lasting impact as some of the other more cultural explorations have had.”

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