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Why Companies Need a New Talent Strategy for Retaining Women Powered by Intuit

Engineering an effective female talent retention and attraction strategy has never been more consequential as companies prepare to target the unprecedented 5 million women who left the workforce in 2020 and are re-entering the workplace in 2022.

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Why Companies Need a New Talent Strategy for Retaining Women Powered by Intuit
Why Companies Need a New Talent Strategy for Retaining Women Powered by Intuit

Time & Location

Jun 15, 2022, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PDT

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About the Event

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Engineering an effective female talent retention and attraction strategy has never been more consequential as companies prepare to target the unprecedented 5 million women who left the workforce in 2020 and are re-entering the workplace in 2022.

Join us on June 15 for this dynamic discussion with executives at Sherlock Biosciences, Fragomen, Intuit, and Avasant to learn first-hand from their data-driven talent management strategies and actionable DE&I results. As more companies develop diverse talent acquisition programs, the importance of formulating these proven best practices must also address retention priorities and career advancement investments. Women of color hold only 1 in 25 C-suite roles and the data clearly suggests how essential it is to move beyond good intentions and achieve progress in closing the gender, underrepresented minorities, and the wage gap.

Moderator:

Shirin Alipanah | Principal @ Avasant | Athena TSIG Co-chair

Speakers:

Karine Faure Wenger | Partner @ Fragomen

Tracy Stone | Director of DEI in Tech @ Intuit

Tiffany Summerville | Vice President of HR @ Sherlock Biosciences 

Please take our pre-program survey.

Presented by Athena’s Technology Special Interest Group.

Tickets

  • Non-Member | VIRTUAL

    $35.00
  • Member | VIRTUAL

    $25.00

Total

$0.00

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