The case for diversity and inclusion in the workplace is compelling not just because it is the right thing to do, but because numerous studies suggest it can drive better business performance too. An increasing number of territories are also introducing legislation that requires companies to publish diversity statistics, but how do you shift from a mindset of compliance to using these types of analysis as a catalyst to drive behavioural change.
Our guest on today's episode is Katy Gray, who looks after Reward at Arup and who has been at the forefront of gender pay gap reporting at the company. She is using these insights to help shift what was a data centric to a people centric exercise.
In our conversation Katy and I discuss:
This episode is a must listen for anyone in an HR leadership or people analytics role as well as HR and business professionals interested in how people data can drive business outcomes and support initiatives around gender and equal pay, as well as the wider diversity and inclusion area.
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