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The 'Risk Tax' and 'Punishment Tax' Could Be Derailing Women's Careers. Here's How to Recognize — and Avoid — Them in Your Organization.
Dr. Yasmene Mumby, a sustainable leadership advisor and founder of The Ringgold, explains how women, particularly those of color, are held to different standards at work — and what we can do to change that.
People with disabilities face several barriers to entering the workplace and frequently face discrimination and exclusion. To develop an institution of inclusivity, people with disabilities must be represented and embraced at every level.
Here are three key insights from the "Barbie" movie's multicultural marketing playbook.
Failed campaigns do more harm than good — not just for the company but also for the causes and people they only feign to support.
When someone feels as though they can't be their real self at work, how they be productive in the long-term?
Artificial Intelligence Can Be Racist, Sexist and Creepy. Here Are 5 Ways You Can Counter This In Your Enterprise.
Today's entrepreneurs and innovators are exploring ways to use artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance efficiency, productivity, and customer service, but is this technology truly an advancement or does it introduce new complications by amplifying existing cultural biases, like sexism and racism?
Employers and investors have a moral imperative to make closing the racial wealth gap a focal point of their business model. There is a tremendous opportunity to hire workers from disadvantaged communities and grow and sustain a strong workforce that helps grow all businesses.
For leaders who are looking to lead more inclusively, this article gives some insights into what they can do, what they need to learn, and how they can support Black colleagues, friends and family around Juneteenth.
As a DEI expert, I'll share my tips for engaging in meaningful conversations about Juneteenth — and damaging actions you must avoid at all costs.
Here are a few authentic ways businesses can support and serve as allies to the Black community on Juneteenth.
Companies Aren't Talking About Black Vernacular and Dialect Bias in The Workplace. Here's Why That Needs to Change.
One of the biggest strikes against Black workers in the United States isn't always the way they look or dress, but it can often be something more subtle and ingrained: how they speak.
How to Leverage Employee and Business Resource Groups to Create a More Diverse and Inclusive Workplace
Here are some tips on how to better engage your company's employee resource groups and business resource groups to improve DEI hiring outcomes.
Head of diversity Bo Young Lee led a series of discussions about race and the experiences of underrepresented groups called "Moving Forward."
Wage gaps aren't just a pay discrimination issue; they're an inclusive workforce issue.
Workforce reduction decision-makers aren't leaning on their DEIB teams enough. Here's why that's a mistake.