Workplace Diversity: Page 10
Pride month may be over, but the struggles that members of the LGBTQIA+ community face at home and work are still a 365-day issue.
If your organization has yet to send a message or make a statement about human issues affecting diversity, it's not too late.
Taking on challenges with new strategies allows for unexpected benefits for growing small businesses. Here are a few to consider.
Startup Spotlight: Predixa Is Helping Companies Across The UAE Unlock The Financial Value Of Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion
Helping companies realize the social, as well as financial value associated with achieving diversity, equity, and inclusion forms the crux of Predixa's mission.
'I Don't Accept Bullshit Like That': This Executive Director's Family Doesn't Support Her Work, But She Won't Stop Fighting for Underrepresented Creators
Executive director of Free the Work Pamala Buzick Kim isn't afraid to have the hard conversations that drive long-term change.
There is an underserved community of larger people in the workforce who are regularly discriminated against and excluded.
Bullying Doesn't Just Happen in Schools. Here's How to Turn a Workplace Culture of Bullying to a Culture of Innovation
In today's workplace, you need a culture that allows people to be their best -- inclusiveness and acceptance are essential.
This Cult-Favorite Pottery Brand Was Founded by the Great-Grandson of Henri Matisse. Now, Its Factory Is an Experiment in Equitable Labor Practices.
In Asheville, North Carolina. East Fork makes pretty, durable dinnerware. But its progressive culture and policies have made it a regional leader in manufacturing. Here's what it's like to work there.
Because diversity only gets harder as businesses scale, it is important to focus on diversity early.
Reflections from a Woman Founder: Why Women Must Be Better Represented in Both AI Technologies and Data Sets
When companies have gender diversity in their leadership teams, they outperform their peers.
Although Women's History Month celebrated women's achievements in business and other fields, companies need to do much more to bring women into their workforces and leadership ranks.
Diversity and inclusion are not just practices being put into place, but assets for businesses and employees as well, as it helps to foster innovation and creativity.
To determine if you are indeed developing a diverse and inclusive culture, ask yourself these questions.
The board of the future will look a lot different as our society pushes for more diversity, a purpose-driven culture, better corporate reputation, sustainability, talent and resilience.
Former and current employees speak up on witnessing "fake" diversity efforts by the bank, giving interviews to diverse candidates for jobs that had already been filled.