DEI expert Nika White reveals the pros and cons of mandatory DEI training in the workplace.
It's Not Enough to Simply Acknowledge Indigenous People's Day. Here Are 4 Ways Employers Can Take Action, Help and Support Native Americans.
On Indigenous Peoples' Day, commit to ending performative allyship and invest your time or money to take action to support Indigenous Peoples.
The tech industry continues to suffer from a significant gender gap, with women holding less than a third of relevant positions, and the rise of AI and automation further marginalizing them.
Even in the face of adversity, a resilient spirit, clear vision and unwavering commitment can make all the difference in achieving success and positively impacting the world.
Not everyone is on board with diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives. For those that are hoping it will fade away, it is time to engage them proactively before they disrupt the culture.
Failed campaigns do more harm than good — not just for the company but also for the causes and people they only feign to support.
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?
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.
Everyone deserves to feel like they belong at work. Here's how you can help ensure your employees do.
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.
Head of diversity Bo Young Lee led a series of discussions about race and the experiences of underrepresented groups called "Moving Forward."
When companies diversify at every level, they see increased success. Here's how to follow suit.
Inclusive leaders must be prepared to respond to the arguments around the value of more inclusive cultures to ensure that we do not undermine our core values and commitments to employees and all stakeholders.
DEI training can be great for any business, but only under the right circumstances from the top down.
DEI work continues to polarize the workforce into two sides — pro-DEI and anti-DEI — yet most people are in the middle. Let's illustrate how DEI can unite or divide organizations by tapping into the following three proven strategies.