Manage Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace Effectively with SuccessFactors

Date: 10th October 2018

Time: 11am-12pm

Price: Free

Between changes in the global talent pool and evolutions in how we work, a diversified workforce is no longer optional. Inclusive work environments have become a strategic business imperative that makes the difference between organisations that thrive, and those that fail. But traditional approaches to addressing the workforce diversity challenge, like training and measurement, have limited effectiveness and little long-term success. Methods that address underlying, unconscious bias and influence how we make decisions about our people are far more effective. Join us as we discuss the future of HR.

DURING THIS WEBINAR WE WILL DISCUSS:

  •  Understand how you can better eliminate all bias from the workplace
  •  Learn how to prevent gender/age/ethnic equality via training and awareness
  •  Discover the best practices in the workplace, and the challenges faced on a daily basis. 

WHY ATTEND?

Having a diverse workforce can be seen as an opportunity but also a challenge. Ensure inclusion of all your employees by giving them access to a solution that responds to your companies needs while helps the integration of your employees. We understand the benefits of a diverse workforce, but to succeed you need to better understand how to include this diversity into the day to day working life. 

FOR WHOM?

HR Managers | HR Business Partners | Freelance HR Consultants | IT Systems Analysts | Business Analysts |

SPEAKER

Flávio Teixeira is a certified SAP SuccessFactors Consultant from ABACO UK, he helps his customers to manage their workforce wisely. He is passionate about people and their best performances are achieved. Flávio has experience in Human Capital Management, which has used to provide tightly integrated solutions to manage HR HR processes. He is always looking for the best way to meet HR plans, whilst turning this into added value points.

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