TAP RESOURCE CENTER is HOME to DIVERSITY NAVIGATORS
We provide Business Consulting on the Maintenance, Administration & Operational Management systems. Our organization is a for-profit firm rendering assistance, advice and educational services for workforce arenas in government and private sectors on areas of inclusion and diversity. All training and inclusivity accountability assessments are tailor-made to meet the specific needs of companies in various industries. We leverage the innate talents and acquired intellect of our combined team and partnerships for each project. The educational and navigational strategies of TAP takes advantage of fair-minded critical thinking methods. The Diversity Navigators prognostic conspicuous outcomes and realizations of possible underlying turmoil threatening the balance of the internal climate of companies. TAP aims to bolster cultural and social awareness for individuals and companies. We offers workshops, seminars, public speakers, summits, convenings and training covering topics ranging from Diversity & Inclusion – Life Skills & Workforce Preparedness – Cultural: Respect & Proficiency – Targeted Fundraising & Community Engagement.
Over the next 15 to 20 years, the baby boomer generation will be exiting the labor force in droves. The presence of millennials (ages approximately 16-34) will increase impacting the labor force to grow rapidly. These are factors companies need not be oblivious to. Welcoming the recruitment and retention of younger employees may halt another crisis. The mass exodus of Millennials and Generation X leaving the workforce While companies are developing and managing succession plans other opportunities sit on the horizon. Large numbers of diverse populations and diverse talents are untapped commodities numerous industries need to embark upon to attempt to close the gap in the workforce. Minnesota ranked 14 out of similar metropolitan cities for vastly diverse populations. Minorities are not on a rise for moving; however, they are not on a rise of acquiring top level positions or career pathways.
- MN losing residents to other states
- Young people leaving the state for other opportunities
- MN gaining people from immigration
- Young people come to go to college; same numbers are leaving the state for college