Time to celebrate Diversity and Inclusion!
This February 27th, join us to celebrate the best of Diversity and Inclusion in Canada. This is a space to share experiences, best practices and honor the employers who were recognized as the most Diverse and Inclusive workplaces in the country.
Companies that embrace diversity and implement inclusive strategies from the top down are more innovative, more creative, are faster problem solvers, have better engagement rates, have lower turnover and are more effective at recruiting the talent they want.
Join us at CBC in Toronto on Feb 27th to celebrate the best of Diversity and Inclusion in Canada.
The Canadian Diversity & Inclusion Awards recognize those companies perceived by student talent across Canada to be the most supportive, diverse and inclusive employers in the country.
The Canadian D & I Awards are based on the Universum student survey, the largest and longest-running career interest survey in Canada and around the world with 1.7 million students participating globally across 58 countries each year.
For the 2019 Canada edition, 23,000 students from more than 150 Canadian colleges and Universities were asked to rank 140 different employers on Universum’s Diversity & Inclusion Index. These students provided detailed information on their career interests, their aspirations and their perceptions of each employer’s approach toward gender equality, diversity and inclusion and respect for its people.
This breakfast event will include award presentations and informative guest speakers that will share their insight and best practices toward recruiting diversity and leading talent strategy in an evolving, diverse workplace. This is a space to share experiences, best practices and honor the employers who were recognized as the most Diverse and Inclusive in the country.
Hosted in the CBC atrium on Front Street in Toronto this event will fill, so book early to avoid disappointment.
Who should attend?
Universum Awards ceremonies are typically attended by C-level Managers, senior government officials and ministers, media, Global CEO’s, CHRO’s, Heads of communications, Senior Talent Acquisition, Recruitment, Marketing, Public Relations and Employer Brand leaders from Canada’s largest and most progressive employers.
Registration & Reception
Breakfast and Networking
Highlights of Universum’s Global and Canadian D&I Research & the Canadian Talent Survey 2019
Awards Presentation – Part 1
Awards Presentation – Part 2
Closing remarks & End of Event
Women in Capital Markets
Corporate Inclusion. Global Brand. The Business Case for Action.
https://inroads.org/Ayten (ACE) Archer is an award-winning Inclusion-Catalyst, business strategy professor-consultant, community leader and YogaMasterTM Trainer.For over 30 years Archer has led innovative and progressive programs that have made huge strides toward creating more inclusive and respectful workplaces across 5 continents.Program graduates representing North America’s diversity are recognized leaders in their industry verticals.