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Saying your business values people and the planet is one thing, while actually centering diversity, equity, inclusion and sustainability is another. And doing it right could lead to higher profits, more innovation and happier employees.
This article includes information about the costs for failing to solve organization diversity issues and the simple tactics that can resolve them.
The illustrator and content creator also known as Happy Dani talks with 'Entrepreneur' about her unique business model and how brands can elevate Black content creators.
Successful mentoring creates positive impacts for the mentor, mentee and the organization itself. For female leaders, these relationships can help lift you out of career valleys and cheer you on at career peaks.
We spoke with Foster, whose BeRootedco.com is the first Black woman-owned stationery brand to make it on the retail giant's shelves, about shaking up her industry and keeping diversity, equity and inclusion top of mind.
A growing body of research indicates that groups representing a range of different perspectives outperform those with similar, even if demonstrably superior, skills.
Critical discussions about diversity, equity and inclusion don't have to feel difficult or uncomfortable. Community agreements are the answer.
Identity-related work helps leaders build culture.
In order to be successful, companies must diversify at the highest levels -- not just among the employee base.
Workers want more than just a paycheck, they want purpose and belonging. Employers can weather this wave of resignations by creating an environment of belonging.
Now that Nasdaq requires boards to include diverse members, companies will benefit from a multitude of experiences and perspectives.
The demand for diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) has exploded across the business world. If your company is restructuring, here's how to do right by your employees.
In order for all employees to feel a deep sense of belonging regardless of their background or demographics, we need to measure employee experience in a way that matches the lived employee experience.
Here's what you can do as employees and customers expect you to lead more inclusively.
By allowing employees a safe place to discuss social justice and providing training on how to improve diversity and inclusion in the workplace, we have been able to create a better workplace for everyone.