Key Takeaways and Highlights

Highlights from Q3

DEI Education has rolled out Corus-wide
The roll-out of the four DEI Modules is almost complete, with the final sessions running in August.

Feedback has been very positive, and more importantly, its content is generating great conversations amongst our people.

Thank you to everyone who has participated, and for the thoughtful engagement in the sessions. I encourage you to continue reflecting on what you learned and talking about these concepts going forward.

Recruitment Project
The DEI team has kicked off the first phase of our recruitment project—sourcing. In collaboration with our Talent Acquisition team, they are reviewing our sourcing processes to enable our recruiters and hiring managers to reach a more diverse pool of candidates and ensure we are including the full range of our country’s diversity.

The next two phases: attraction (how we communicate to potential candidates), and selection (how we select amongst candidates), will be started within the next few weeks.

Creative Diversity Project
In the past quarter, the DEI Team has continued to work with creative teams across Corus in setting strategies to make our content more representative of our audiences, with stories that authentically reflect those audiences.

Our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) continue to thrive and grow
Our ERGs continue to thrive and grow.

This quarter, we saw the launch of:

  • ALL ACCESS, focusing on accessibility and disability inclusion.
  • ¡HOLA!, focusing  LatinX/Hispanic inclusion.

Two more ERGS are in the works! One focused on Indigenous Peoples and Indigenous inclusion and the other on women and gender inclusion.

Congratulations to our ERGs and the ones to come: they are a critical part of creating a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion for all people at Corus.

DEI action plan