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Employee and candidate feedback: Turning insights into DE&I action

We brought together top talent and diversity experts at Greenhouse, CultureAmp, Pluto and more to discuss candidate and employee feedback best practices. Watch on demand to discover how you can use this feedback to move forward and create meaningful change.

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Go beyond the survey

Feedback can be a rich source of information and a blueprint for informing future business decisions – if you know what to ask and what to do with the answers. We’ll explore the key considerations when it comes to gathering and utilizing candidate and employee feedback in 2021 and beyond.

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Use feedback to build a culture of belonging

Get real-world advice from experts on how to use candidate and employee feedback to deliver on your DE&I goals, so everyone can feel heard and your organization can make positive changes.

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In this webinar, you’ll learn how to:

  • Ensure collect feedback that prioritizes diversity, belonging and inclusion

  • Establish an ideal cadence for gathering meaningful candidate and employee feedback

  • Use your collected data as a catalyst for change

  • Apply insights to create an actionable, holistic feedback loop

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Gary L. Davis

Gary L. Davis

Gary is DE&I Advisory Director at Greenhouse. As a talent management and diversity leader with 10 years of expertise in strategy, engagement and program management in tech, nonprofit and education advocacy landscapes, Gary is passionate about integrating DE&I across the employee lifecycle to maximize engagement and organizational effectiveness.

Aubrey Blanche

Aubrey Blanche

Aubrey is The Mathpath (Math Nerd + Empath), Director of Equitable Design & Impact at Culture Amp, and a startup investor and advisor. Through all her work, she seeks to question, reimagine, and redesign the systems and practices that surround us to ensure that all people can access equitable opportunities and build a better world. Her work is undergirded by her training in social scientific methods and grounded in the fundamental dignity and value of every person.

Erica Lee

Erica Lee

Erica is the co-founder and COO at Pluto, a privacy and respect platform enabling users to share and communicate DEI information so that organizations can act on anonymized insights. Prior to Pluto, Erica worked as a corporate attorney, as well as with governments and nonprofits on international development issues. She’s passionate about operationalizing and scaling social impact.

Lakshmi Rengarajan

Lakshmi Rengarajan

Lakshmi (Luck-shmee) is a culture, community and inclusion strategist who helps companies and individuals think through what they’re trying to create so their language, plans and output are aligned. Lakshmi has helped develop Culture strategies over the past two decades at restaurants, ad agencies, small startups and large holding companies. She began the Workplace Connection practice at WeWork, the first of its kind, created to help answer the question of how people get to one another in the modern workforce as we bridge digital and analog environments. Prior to WeWork, Lakshmi was the former Director of Event Design and Brand Strategy at

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