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Given what appeared to be significant changes in the role of the Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer (or Chief Diversity Officer; CDO) and the characteristics of the people who occupy the position, the 2021 HR@Moore Survey of Chief Human Resource Officers (CHROs) sought to explore these changes. We surveyed approximately 375 CHROs and 151 of them completed the survey for a 40% response rate.

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Chief Diversity Equity and Inclusion

Clearly the social unrest following the murder of George Floyd caused organizations to increase their efforts to promote diversity, equity and inclusion.
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Chief Diversity Equity and Inclusion

The 2021 HR@Moore Survey of CHROs again examined how CHROs spend their time as well as how the interpersonal dynamics among both ELT and Board members.
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The HR@Moore Survey has examined the changing Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO) role for over 10 years. In addition, for the past 2 years the survey has asked CHROs to report their CEO’s “Generativity,” a characteristic describing the extent to which the CEO engages in acts which promote the wellbeing of younger generations to ensure the company’s long-term survival. The 2021 survey was sent to almost 400 CHROs and 150 of them responded.

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