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We often think of compliance as something we have to do on the way to doing the things we would rather do. But the policies behind compliance issues are there to support our DE&I, pay equity, and other culture initiatives. When we see compliance as the starting point, it becomes the foundation for building a more inclusive workplace.

Join Mike Bollinger, VP, strategic initiatives at Cornerstone, and Heather Bussing, employment attorney, for a lively discussion of compliance topics, how they are connected to each other and larger culture issues, and strategies for creating a workplace that works for everyone.

We will cover:

  • DE&I and how to create a discrimination- and harassment-free workplace
  • Pay equity and how compensation reflects an organization's values
  • COVID: the stress, changes, and rethinking how and where we work
  • Health and Safety and how our approaches, resources, and benefits matter
  • Learning as an essential component to compliance and designing a more inclusive culture.

One of the (few) silver linings of the past year is we have learned that when we have to, we can change everything and still keep going. Now, we have the opportunity to imagine what we want and need to build from here and how we can support employees so they can thrive and do their best work. This time, it also starts with what we have to do: Compliance.

Mike Bollinger
VP, Strategic Initiatives
Cornerstone

Mike Bollinger is an accomplished executive with 20 years of industry experience. In his current role as Vice President of Strategic Initiatives with Cornerstone, he is responsible for internal research as well as strategy development around outcome-based goals. In 2020, Mike helped found and currently manages the Cornerstone People Research Lab (CPRL), whose mission is to generate data-driven discoveries about the world of work today and identify emerging trends which will give rise to new work models. Mike also collaborates with Cornerstone clients in an executive capacity as a leader, influencer, and change agent who applies expertise to complex businesses.

Heather Bussing
Employment Attorney

Heather Bussing is a California employment lawyer and analyst in the HRTech industry. She writes regularly at HRExaminer.com and loves helping organizations prevent problems and build more human friendly workplaces. She also enjoys photography and posts a landscape every morning on twitter @heatherbussing.

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