New Faces of Inclusion and Diversity
Presented by: Jeff Luttrell, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Cost: $0 for members; $20 for non-members
The program will explore the new faces of diversity in the US. We will discuss why diversity and inclusion are important in 2020 and beyond and then dig in on the new groups that contribute to a diverse workforce and who cannot be forgotten to be successful. We will discuss strategy for attracting a diverse workforce and strategy to keep them. Some of the groups we will explore are aging workforce, ex-offenders, veteran and military, LGBTQ, other populations. Key themes: How to recruit and retain diverse population in today’s global economy, create value proposition for your organization and the executive team to sell importance of diversity and inclusion Diversity and inclusion at all levels in organization, recruitment challenges, creating value proposition.
Jeff is Senior Director of Talent Acquisition with Alorica, a business process outsourcing company based in Irvine, CA. He leads teams of recruiters across North America and Europe. His current teams focus on high volume hiring for their call centers where they hire nearly 70,000 people a year. Previously, he was a Recruiting Manager in Global Talent Acquisition and Staffing with Xerox in the outsource services division and an Area Manager for Kelly Services. Jeff lives in Asheville, NC and Wilmington, NC and received his BA in Journalism from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jeff served as the Southeast Region MAC Rep for 2018-19 and has been an active SHRM volunteer for close to 15 years. He was a Board member with Raleigh-Wake HRMA for the past 10 years including Treasurer, President, SHRM Foundation Director and VP of Community. Jeff served as Director of the NCSHRM State Council Director for 2016-2017. He co-chaired the Pinnacle award winning HR on Call for RWHRMA and co-chaired the 2011 NCSHRM State Conference. He served on SHRMs HR Disciplines expertise panel, Talent Acquisition panel and Global HR panel.