Dwane Lay is the Chief Experience Officer for GBS Worldwide, a leading provider of HR case software. With over twenty years of HR and leadership experience, he oversees customer-facing projects, data analytics, and operations. His specialties include the application of Lean tools and techniques in HR, applying business technology to improve HR processes, and HR software implementation. He is the author of the book Lean HR and has been a featured keynote speaker at events around the world.
Dwane holds an MBA from Lindenwood University in St. Louis, MO, as well as having earned a Six Sigma Black Belt. Born and raised in St. Louis, he and his wife Crystal Miller Lay (CEO of GBS Worldwide) also spend time in Dallas, TX with their blended family of four kids and twin grandkids.
8:45 a.m.–9:00 a.m. PT —
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It’s no secret that TA teams who prioritize diversity and inclusion will find more quality candidates, and those candidates can turn into new hires. Metrics help employers committed to diversity and inclusion stay on track by encouraging the identification and management of bias. Without clear measures to track diversity and inclusion efforts and outcomes, limits the ROI on those initiatives.
This panel discussion will address:
Steps to build meaningful D&I analytics
Using metrics to prioritize initiatives, set targets and assign accountability
Identify challenges global companies face with diversity tracking