News and Articles About Workplace Diversity
Women in Business
Women need experiences, resources and support to take a seat at the table.
The former View host has made it her business to help companies make it easier to get qualified, diverse employees.
Start by asking what kinds of people sit on your company board.
A variety of backgrounds, strengths and experiences in your workforce positions you for success.
Women in tech
Tech companies, notorious for their lack of female diversity, have the most to gain from encouraging women to pursue tech careers.
"Be yourself" has new meaning in today's workplace culture; make sure you practice it.
However, the coffee giant says its initiative to start discussions about race is far from over.
In a time of exceptional growth, managers in tech can't afford to keep losing female employees.
The coffee giant's latest plan is to have baristas begin conversations about race with customers, writing 'Race Together' on cups.
Co-working space AlleyNYC recently raised $16 million in a round we participated in. Here's our reasoning.
A boost to marketing, improved operations and stepped-up innovation are some of the advantages, suggests Glassdoor's vice president of people.
Organizations and individuals who welcome and make use of the ever-more diverse workforce will realize significant competitive advantage.
Consider five ways that recruiting people from different backgrounds can provide your company a competitive advantage.
Tim Cook, in acknowledging his homosexuality, perpetuated a politically charged myth about gays in the workplace.