Improving workplace diversity is top of mind for HR professionals today. Yet to understand if organizations are truly making a difference, we need to look at the data. Carin Taylor, chief diversity officer at Workday, discusses how the conversation around diversity data is shifting and the insights she's gleaned with Workday’s diversity dashboard about our own workforce.
Diversity and inclusion is about helping people become comfortable enough to have a dialog about their experiences—including times when they have felt like an outsider, says Workday Chief Diversity Officer Carin Taylor. Read our profile of Taylor to learn how she advocates for value, inclusion, belonging, and equity for all (VIBE), shaped by her own experiences encountering and confronting biases.
Earlier this year, Carin Taylor joined Workday as our first-ever chief diversity officer to further expand our diversity and inclusion (D&I) efforts. Carin shares her experiences and how she's contributed to Workday's culture so far, and her excitement about the progress that’s being made at a global level—both at Workday and across the industry.