This presentation will take participants through a conversational dialogue on the impact of diversity in the workplace.
Jason Greer is Founder and President of Greer Consulting, Inc. (GCI), a Labor Management and Employee Relations Consulting firm located in Raleigh, North Carolina. Jason is the "Go To" Labor and Diversity Expert a trusted source in the latest race and labor relations news for media across the country, including The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and FOX News Radio. Highly rated CBS, ABC, and iHeart Media Network stations in top markets including New York City, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, DC and not to mention the national Westwood One and SiriusXM Radio Networks.
In addition to his work as a National Labor and Diversity Expert, Jason Greer is also a #1 Amazon.com Best Selling Author for the book People Matter Most. Jason’s book Bias, Racism & The Brain is an International Best Seller and also achieved the status of being listed as a #1 Best seller on Amazon.com.
Jason has been recognized as an Employee Relations and Diversity expert by Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, CNBC, MSNBC, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, ABC, CBS, Fox News and INC Magazine. Jason is a regular guest on CNBC’s Squawk Box as well as CBS Evening News with Norah O’Donnell.
Jason previously served as a Board Agent with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) where he managed private sector labor relations’ issues and worked to improve the labor petition filing process. As Labor and Diversity expert, Jason has assisted large and small businesses in industries such as Hospitals, Assisted Living Facilities, Manufacturing and High Tech Companies. Jason’s personable approach has made him one of the most sought after labor and employee relations consultant in the United States.
Jason Greer’s educational background includes:
· Bachelors in Social Work and Social Psychology (BSW) from Valparaiso University, Indiana
· Masters in Social Work (MSW) from Washington University, St. Louis (Valedictorian)
· Masters in Human Resources and Industrial Relations from The University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign