Workplace Diversity: Page 8
To make the most of diverse teams, leaders need to foster solidarity and a culture of community and belonging. But, it also comes down to individual employees to play their part in acknowledging and respecting differences.
Gender discrimination gets worse as you go down the social ladder. But what causes such inequality? Here's a primer.
Welcome to the Age of The Agile Workplace.
More organizations are tying compensation to diversity, equity and inclusion goals — and they're seeing better results. Here's how to craft the right goals and help push the movement for systemic change.
Here are three things to keep in mind to ensure everyone can feel included and enjoy Halloween.
If CEOs want to promote racial equity in their workplaces, they need to do much more than just hire a few Black and Brown people for token positions.
Why should the benefits of college end when you graduate? Here are three ways to recreate a college atmosphere in your company culture to have happier employees who stay longer – and grow together.
The value of board members from outside your industry cannot be understated – here's why.
What can we do as entrepreneurs and business owners to support neurodiverse folks in the workplace? Include them in our DEI plans.
If You Haven't Removed Bias from Performance Reviews, Then You're Not an Inclusive Leader. Take These Steps to Protect Your Marginalized Employees.
Performance reviews are critical to pay, promotion and assignment opportunities — but they often hurt employees in marginalized groups, thanks to biases. Here are some to watch out for and how to remove them from your reviews.
Instead of checking boxes as a leader, do the work to understand how you can support Indigenous colleagues.
Today more than ever, customers are holding brands to higher ethical standards, and are more likely to trust brands that are committed to championing inclusivity across their businesses.
The workplace was designed for men, and the last several years have only reinforced that notion. That's why women are leaving corporate America and opting to be their own boss — and why it's important for allies to educate themselves on the reasons why.
As a Black Woman in Business for 2 Decades, Here's How I've Learned to Navigate Microaggressions and Racism in Networking
Networking is a critical tool in an entrepreneur's toolbox, but it's not an easy one for people of color — and as a Black woman entrepreneur, I'm all too familiar with the microaggressions and sometimes outright racism we have to brush aside. Here are some tips for navigating networking as a person of color.
With "quiet quitting" dominating conversations about work, it feels like something has broken down in the relationship between employer and employee. Rather than judging one side or the other, we need to get back to open, multidirectional workplace communication that empowers everyone.