Waste Management is a leading comprehensive waste, and environmental services company that believes that defining diversity begins with inclusivity. Forty-six percent of Waste Management’s workforce is racially diverse, and 18% is female. But the DE&I journey at Waste Management goes much further than just racial, ethnic and gender diversity: There are also initiatives in place to increase diversity in veterans, LGBTQ, and disabled candidates.
Tiana Carter, Senior Director, Culture & Engagement and Head of Inclusion, Equity & Diversity at Waste Management joins us for a wide-ranging discussion on embedding inclusion efforts into the business, overcoming diversity challenges, and fostering an inclusive, diverse and equitable environment that will be a movement, not a moment. Carter shares that Waste Management employees, from the frontline to executive leadership, will be representative of the diverse customers and communities that they serve, without question.
Register to join the discussion and hear about Waste Management's commitments & values. To ensure open discussion, this event is exclusively for HR practitioners. Vendors and consultants are not permitted to attend.