This session is one day only and it is scheduled for 60 minutes and will begin at 9:00 am Pacific, 10:00 am Mountain, 11:00 am Central, 12:00 pm Eastern on Wednesday, September 2, 2020.
Almost since the beginning D&I practitioners have argued that increasing diversity leads to improved business results. And for many this belief remains almost an article of faith. Simple metrics driven by regulatory requirements are not enough to provide the information the organization needs. Accordingly, as organizations become increasingly quantified, so D&I practitioners need to develop more sophisticated approaches to understanding the impact of their practice on the business. And they need to think creatively about how an analytical approach can inform D&I and business decision making.
- Attendees will learn how to obtain relevant data from engagement surveys
- Attendees will learn how to find out answers to questions they can’t ask
- Attendees will be able to identify traditional and non-traditional sources of information
Continuing Education Units:
This session been approved for 1.0 recertification credit hour toward HRIP (Human Resource Information Professional) recertification.
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Carolyn Broderick, SPHR, SHRM-CP, HRIP
Senior HRIS Analyst
Mount Sinai Health System
Carolyn Broderick, SPHR, SHRM-CP, HRIP is part of the HR Workforce Planning & Analytics team at the Mount Sinai Health System in New York. She is responsible for data and processes in HR and works with clients on HR Metrics and Analytics.
Carolyn recently held the position of Senior Consultant with DeFoe Associates, a consulting firm that implements and optimizes HR technology, where she was responsible for process improvement, data analytics, Diversity metrics consulting and regulatory reporting. She worked with clients such as Biogen and Daiichi Sankyo.
Previously, Carolyn was Manager, Strategic Data at Prudential Financial where she was responsible for Affirmative Action and Diversity database management, data analysis functions, systems implementation, regulatory reporting and system upgrades. She was accountable for keeping Prudential’s HR technology in compliance with government requirements. She also held positions in Benefits, Employee Relations, Policy & Process, HR Technology & Staffing.
Carolyn is past president of the Jersey Shore Association for HR and is currently the SHRM NJ State HR Certification Director. She has taught SHRM Certification courses for the last seven years, most recently at Rutgers and FDU.
Carolyn holds a BA in English from Kean University and an MA in Liberal Studies from Monmouth University in NJ. She was a member of the Society for Human Resources National HR Technology Management Expertise Panel from 2012 to 2019 and is currently on the Diversity and Inclusion Expertise Panel.