It is easy to be cynical about corporate social responsibility (CSR). But the reality is that the days of CSR as “window dressing” are all but dead and gone. Today, CSR is much more about compliance, legal and business risk and business trust than it is about marketing or PR.
In times of crisis we need to double down on D&I efforts. We can learn in this respect from the U.S. Bank’s legal ops team under the leadership of General Counsel Jim Chosy.
EQUAL in LEGAL Trailblazer Natalie Runyon has a deep belief in inclusion and fairness as an ally to women, people of color, individuals identifying as LGBTQ, and disabilities, among others.
One of the reasons that women have not advanced in equal pay, parental leave, and equitable hiring and promotion is because women have lacked male allies in the workplace. Male allyship is critical in the evolution of gender equality programs in the workplace. A new research report on allyship by future legal leaders was recently released.