They discuss why many corporate DEI efforts have yielded few meaningful changes; why successful equal employment opportunity programs take the long view; why leaders need a systemic approach to mitigate bias; and how Uber’s diversity leader’s troubles reflect the state of DEI. They also discuss strip clubs getting unionized; the EEOC’s response to the use of AI in HR; and the “crisis of trust” in corporate leadership.
News items mentioned in this episode:
- Why Some Companies Are Saying ‘Diversity and Belonging’ Instead of ‘Diversity and Inclusion’
- Uber’s Diversity Chief Put on Leave After Complaints of Insensitivity
- From catwalk to walkout: LA strippers Velveeta, Lilith, others celebrate unionizing after 15-month battle
- The Rise Of Generative AI In HR Tech: How The Likes Of ChatGPT, Bard Are Streamlining HR Processes
- Select Issues: Assessing Adverse Impact in Software, Algorithms, and Artificial Intelligence Used in Employment Selection Procedures Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
- ‘Bossware’ AI that tracks remote workers’ activities could break the law, government says
- EEOC Issues Guidance on Use of AI
- American CEOs are ‘failing’ their workers right now, says Harvard expert: ‘We’re in a crisis of trust’
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Terri is the founder and Chief Truth Seeker with DecipHR a Fort Worth based, human resources consulting firm specializing in Equal Employment Opportunity investigations, employee relations and interim HR leadership.
The company was founded in 2022 after the sale of her 24 year old company, The HR Consultant in 2021. DecipHR has a nationwide and diverse client base, specializing in solving complex employee relations issues and providing interim HR leadership to growing companies.
Prior to her consulting role, she had Fortune 200 human resource leadership experience in the areas of employee relations, human resource planning, and training and development.
Terri began her career in human resources via government compliance as an investigator for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
In her spare time, she enjoys a good book, a brisk walk, loud live music and travel to new places.
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