Yesterday, the Business Ethics Alliance held their annual Spring Mind Candy Dialogue breakfast meeting.
The topic for the event held at Temple Israel was “The Ethical and Business Imperatives of Retaining Diverse Young Professional Talent in Omaha: Part 2, The Recommendations.”
As the Integrity Sponsor for the event, Kate Dittrick was invited to deliver some opening remarks on behalf of the firm. Kate’s comments helped kick of an engaging discussion by the panelists with a great deal of audience participation.
The discussion centered around final recommendations from the Greater Omaha Chamber and the Urban League of Nebraska to establish the Omaha Diversity & Inclusion Pledge. A volunteer committee worked for several months to arrive at the recommendations. According to the Business Ethics Alliance, these committee members “strove to create an impactful, executable plan for Omaha workplaces and the community at large.”
You can learn more and view photos from the event by visiting the Business Ethics Alliance website.
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