Please join us for RCA's 2016 4th Quarter Meeting:
Implicit Bias and Compensation
Implicit bias refers to unconscious prejudiced judgment and social behavior that shows up in every area of our lives. Yes, even in Compensation! Dr. Brian Chad Starks' workshop will explore the causes of implicit bias, how it shows up in our work and what we can do to prevent it from having lasting impact on our compensation decisions.
Dr. Brian Chad Starks is a speaker, author and critical thinker. For more than twenty years, he has worked to build social justice and equity for individuals, organizations and communities. The former owner of B. Chad Bonding, Dr. Starks holds a Master's degree in Criminal Justice from the University of South Carolina and a doctorate in Criminology from the University of Delaware. He has been on the faculty at Lynchburg College, Delaware State University, and Benedict College in Columbia, South Carolina. Dr. Starks also serves as an Associate Director with the Delaware NASA Space Grant Consortium where he works to increase minority student representation. In 2014, Dr. Starks was awarded the Louis L. Redding Diversity Award from the University of Delaware. This award honors individuals who have implemented diversity programs that resulted in a significant change to the culture and climate of the university. As CEO of BCS & Associates Consulting Firm, Dr. Starks travels around the country, speaking and teaching the truth about implicit bias, cultural competency, and structural inequality.
Help us feed the hungry. We will be accepting donations for the Feed More organization. Items most needed are peanut butter, canned tuna or chicken, low sodium veggies, fruits packed in juice, spaghetti sauce (no glass), canned or dry beans, hot & cold cereal, and whole grain snacks. No candy, please! If you attend you will receive a raffle ticket and if f you donate, you will receive an additional raffle ticket.
(c) Richmond Compensation Association
P.O. Box 5931 Midlothian, VA 23112