News and Articles About Workplace Diversity
Successful teams comprise people as varied as the challenges facing your business.
In a talk at Columbia University, the PayPal co-founder and venture capitalist discussed why startups need to go 'beyond professionalism.' But that may be the problem.
Bentley's president explains how corporate America can become more actively engaged in promoting diversity.
Research shows that businesses of all sizes would be wise to include leadership from all walks of life.
Culture can be a wonderful selling point to attract new employees and customers. But it might also be a cultural hegemony as corrosive as saying you only want a third of your workforce to be women.
An Israeli entrepreneur who helped Imperva go public has launched his own company, tapping a multinational talent base
Apple is the latest company to respond to Rev. Jacksons diversity in hiring challenge. The civil rights leader commends it and urges it to do more.
A Bay Area manager shares some new-company growing pains.
The numbers that critics use to paint a damaging picture of Silicon Valley need to be viewed in context.
An edgy apparel line has become empowerment platform, especially for female business owners.
The tech industry considers itself a perfect meritocracy but it is no freer from bias, conscious and otherwise, than less glamorous industries.
Sixty-one percent of the company's employees are white, compared to 66 percent of the of the overall U.S. labor force.
Recognizing our human sameness opens the door to enjoying our cultural and individual uniqueness.
The authors of 'Gender Intelligence,' out this month, argue companies should recognize the value of thinking differently and blend the talents of men and women -- at all levels of leadership.
Four key leadership behaviors can predict whether employees feel engaged, according to a new report studying six countries released today by Catalyst.
This moment can provide lessons and insight for businesses about how they should address matters of workplace diversity.
Tom Preston-Werner's departure comes a month after an employee publicly stated that she was harassed by members of GitHub's leadership team.
The rise of 'glass house' transparency is redefining the reality of business life. Are you aware of the new rules of the game?
Employee takes to Twitter to announce resignation and air her grievances with her company's leadership team.
Big companies do a lot to promote diversity. But there is plenty small companies can do to make sure they're welcoming to all employees, too. Here are five ideas:
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