DEIB Initiatives in the Workplace After SCOTUS Decisions Prohibiting Race-Conscious Admissions in Higher Education

Implementing DEIB initiatives in workplaces while avoiding legal pitfalls

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    The events of the last few years have elevated the national dialogue on the impact of systemic racism. Workplaces have attempted to address this critical issue and improve diversity, equity, and inclusion. While efforts have been made, missteps, including halfhearted initiatives and quota systems, continue. Efforts to make positive change have sometimes served to do the opposite and even potentially create legal exposure. More recently, the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision effectively ending affirmative action in college admission programs has created further concern and confusion about the ability to maintain these initiatives in workplaces. Learn about the legal issues surrounding DEIB efforts in workplaces and the impact the Supreme Court’s recent decisions may have on these initiatives. Hear from both sides of the employment bar about the legal issues to consider when advising clients in this area.

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    Jessie Saintcyr, Esq., Saintcyr Consulting LLC , Irving
    James S. Weliky, Esq., Messing, Rudavsky & Weliky, PC, Newton