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Hi from SAI Bhutan!
Ophelia Robinson can be contacted atRobinsonO@gao.gov.
When you calculate the % of promotion, did you consider the total population % of each group of people? For example, 1 women vs 3 men got promoted, that does not look fair. But if there are 100 women and 300 men in the department, then the ration is much reasonable.
I have the same question, Haijie. How the promotions stack up against the population.
Wayne Van De Walker
If you compare your new hires and employees to the census population statistics of the City of Philadelphia only, are you missing out on the communities surrounding Philadelphia where employees live that work for the City? Do all of the employees for the City live within the City of Philadelphia?
How reliable is self-reported ethnicity data? Is reported ethnicity data sparse if not part of a mandatory reporting requirement?
Has the work that Nick discussed been published? Is it available online? Thanks!
What does 45% diverse mean?
how about the disabled population
Got it! Thanks - https://controller.phila.gov/philadelphia-audits/fy20-exempt-employee-diversity/#/
Thanks Julia and Nick.
Can we get a link to the Promotions Audit Julia referred to.
Virginia there is a link in the Q&A section
Thank you for posting the links!
For this work, see https://www.mass.gov/audit/audit-of-the-division-of-capital-asset-management-and-maintenance
I believe the Philadelphia data showed that White people are a minority (given that the city is 67% diverse). Should the term "minority," used to refer to racialized individuals, then be reconsidered or retired in that local context?
Thank you for the link!
Has the City looked at improving application rate of qualified candidates within minority populations? Versus focusing on the results of hiring from the population of applicants, whoever they are. My apologies if it has and I missed it.
Are any of the women also "minorities"? How is intersectionality accounted for here?
Thanks Crissy, Si, and Isabella.
Great job Crissy, Si, and Isabella.
Great job everyone!
Michael Gagon (HUDOIG)
Thank you for sharing your experiences with us. Very informative. Great job :).
Great job everyone!
Great job, appreciating the presentation.
Thank you for sharing this information.
I have to drop to another meeting. Nice presentation. all, on some interesting data.
Wonderful info--thank you so much!
Thank you all for sharing your work.
Very interesting area of analysis and thank you to all the presenters!
Thanks for this webinar very informational
Great information and formats for analyzing and presenting DEIA data - thank you!
Thank you all!
great presentation. thank you!
Thank You everyone!
Great presentation! Thank you!
Does MASS have an Office of Small and Disadvantage Business that might offer job fairs that prime contractors could participate in?
Thank you all
Salah Eddine Amiar
Thank you very much!
Thank you, good information with great presenters
Thanks a lot!
Thank you all
Go Phils, Go Birds
Parvina A Shamsieva-Cohen
Thank you Everyone! A lot of takeaways for me.
Excellent work, everyone. Thank you!
Thank you!! Very informative session.
Thank you, all. Go birds!
Huguette Essoh Latte
Thank you! Very informative presentations!
thank you for the excellent work!
Mary Ann Vassar
thought provoking topic!
Thank you! Great topic!