Great Place to Work® Institute will be bringing the secrets of the FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For® to a city near you with the newly announced Breakfast Insights Program. The FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For® have long served as the exemplar for business leaders seeking to enhance workplace quality. As leaders in issues ranging from diversity and inclusion to communicating with credibility and developing cultures of innovation, the Best Companies are happy to showcase what they are doing right.
The inaugural event will be hosted by the worldwide leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of toys and family products and three-time FORTUNE 100 Best Company to Work For®, Mattel. Alan Kaye, Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Graciela Meibar, Vice President of Global Sales Training and Global Diversity will deliver “At Mattel, Everyone Plays”: Linking Diversity and Inclusion Practices to Corporate Strategy. Learn how Mattel created a great workplace by putting people first. The session will specifically address how Mattel made its diversity and inclusion efforts an essential part of Mattel’s People Strategy, and what Mattel does to keep that People Strategy at the top of the corporate agenda.
Business leaders and human resources professionals are invited to join Great Place to Work® Institute along with Kay and Meibar, at Mattel’s El Segundo headquarters on Thursday, March 18th. Over breakfast, guests will have the opportunity to hear from the speakers, learn more about how to be considered for the FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For® list, and see how list participation can be an essential first step to building a great workplace.
Interested parties should visit http://greatplacetowork.com/news/breakfast-insight-meetings.php or contact Jessica Rohman, e-mail protected from spam bots, 415.503.1234 x315 to register for this event. Seating is limited.
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