We have the opportunity to meet people right where they are. It embodies the ability for us to allow people to thrive.”
How do Corteva’s efforts to advance inclusion, diversity and equity make you feel?
Corteva’s ID&E journey benefits the growing society because our challenge is global in nature, and we have to think about inclusive practices and the way that we provide food security for the world.
How can you infuse the language of diversity into job descriptions and candidate searches?
You can infuse the language of diversity into job descriptions and candidate searches by thinking about including aspects associated with the employee experience. It starts with your word selection. What types of words are you using and how do potential candidates view those words?
What advice would you give others in the industry to begin their own journey?
One piece of advice I would give my peers in the industry starting their ID&E journey is to take the first step.
What matters most to you about advancing ID&E in agriculture?
What matters most to me is the culture that Corteva is building around the employee experience. These experiences helped shape our ability to retain talent and attract new talent.
— Meghan Cassidy, SVP, Chief Human Resources and Diversity Officer