PODCAST | Did George Floyd's death change racial equality at work?

Did George Floyd's death change racial equality at work?

With this week marking one year since the sad death of George Floyd, the topic of racial inequality has been thrown into the spotlight once again. It has follow on questions for how employers and HR are committing to improve equality in their workplace for the long term.

Therefore, for this week’s episode of the podcast, Sophie Parrott, Online Editor at HR Grapevine, sits down with Dan Cave, Head of Content at Executive Grapevine Digital Media to discuss whether Floyd’s death has changed racial equality in the workplace – looking at whether employers are making actual changes, or just jumping on the moment for branding, and exploring whether external accountability would be good for change. With examples from Barclays, Walmart and insight from Green Park.

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