CWC’s 2021 CD&I Summit combines the best features of our annual policy and compliance conferences and delivers more than 18 hours of content in a single four-day virtual event. Open to CWC members and eligible non-member organizations, this year’s summit features both policy briefings from senior-level enforcement officials and practical sessions focused on strategies and tactics for effectively managing workplace compliance, risk management, and diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Policy and operations briefings from senior DOL, EEOC, and NLRB officials
Sessions examining the latest enforcement trends of federal workplace regulators
CWC staff and member panel briefings on key workplace compliance developments
Updates on the latest state and local compliance and reporting requirements
Members-only strategy exchanges on effective compliance, diversity & inclusion (CD&I) programs
A deep-dive session examining the Census Bureau’s new Special EEO Tabulation file
Interactive discussions on the use of race/ethnicity and gender to advance CD&I initiatives
Sessions on using statistics to drive CD&I progress and mitigate enterprise risk
A panel presentation on what federal contractors can expect in OFCCP audits under the Biden administration
Sponsors at all tiers receive the following:
Support of CWC members is critical to maintaining the content and quality of our programs.
Please contact Samantha Wittie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-629-5633
Tier 1 Sponsors
CWC, an approved SHRM recertification provider and HRCI approved provider, intends to submit this event for recertification credits.
CWC intends to apply for CLE credit in select jurisdictions for our 2021 CD&I Summit. In addition, attorneys in
attendance may be eligible to receive CLE credit through reciprocity or attorney self-submission in other states.
* For answers to your CLE questions, please contact CWC’s John Steiger at
email@example.com OR (202) 629-5621 Direct
CLE Financial Aid Policy – Illinois
CWC may, at its discretion, waive the course fee for any attorney, member or non-member, who wishes to attend an Association program, but for whom the cost would be a financial hardship. Attorneys who qualify will receive at least a 50% reduction in the course fee(s). Requests for tuition waivers along with an explanation of hardship must be received in writing at least seven (7) days before the program via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Manager, Membership Operations