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Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace
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The earlier you prioritize representation and inclusion, the quicker you'll reap the rewards of a diverse team.
A growing body of research indicates that groups representing a range of different perspectives outperform those with similar, even if demonstrably superior, skills.
Five steps you should take during Black History Month -- and all year long -- to show up for your Black colleagues.
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.
Finding, developing and retaining diverse talent doesn't have to be a daunting task.
Diversity isn't something you can just focus on for just a year or two. Ensure that you meet and exceed all of your inclusivity goals in the coming year.
In a recent sustainability report, the firm revealed that it had just 49 Black executives and senior managers working in the U.S.
Here are three ways to support your employees of color throughout this traumatizing time.
Meghan McCain Slammed for Questioning 'Whether or Not Race and Gender Are More Important Than Qualifications'
'The View' host suggested that she would lose her gig if "identity politics" were in play.
Attorney Adonis Hoffman rescinded his bid to be a board member at broadcast company Tegna after CEO Dave Lougee allegedly handed him his valet ticket.