“Everything that’s happened in the world has been a reckoning for corporate America and certainly the media,” NBCUniversal SVP and chief talent officer Cara Stein says
Hollywood has seen a shakeup in the last two years in the wake of sexual harassment accusations and the subsequent #MeToo movement, so companies have been taking initiatives to make company culture better for all their employees.
“These are human issues — societal issues. We have to realize we’re in this together and get together, arm in arm and make a difference,” Dalana Brand, vice president of people experience an head of inclusion and diversity at Twitter, said Friday at TheWrap’s Power Women Summit in Santa Monica moderated by WME partner Nancy Josephson. “Our inclusion efforts try to reflect who we are as a company. We want to make them feel like they belong. What we do is have flock talks, where our employees who we call tweeps have the opportunity to have the conversation with leadership in the company and share their impact.”