TSA’s Inclusion Action Committee Reveals Actions Taken and Planned to Improve Diversity – HS Today
“Over the past year, IAC has heard from more than 7,000 employees, listening to employee concerns, and met with 19 public and private sector organizations to identify best practices,” Pekoske said. “These engagements led to strong recommendations and the creation of several initiatives that I believe will greatly benefit TSA now and into the future.”
The IAC found that 82.2 percent of respondents to an employee survey believe it is important to have diverse leadership at all levels. However, only 57.6 percent feel that TSA’s current leadership reflects its diverse workforce and only 50 percent agree that senior leaders within their organization foster a D&I environment.