ERGs can be hugely beneficial to your workforce—if they’re structured and maintained correctly. During this session, you’ll hear from companies who have cracked the code on running employee resource and affinity groups that are beneficial and enlightening to employees. Discover how to start or improve groups in your own organization and the key role communications play in their success.
Learn how to:
- Gain buy-in to start or improve an ERG program in your organization
- Collect useful feedback from employees to improve the form and function of ERGs
- Give groups the resources they need to have constructive conversations about race and social justice
- Use communications to give ERGs greater visibility in your organization