The pandemics worsening effect on already undervalued women An Unequal Pandemic, Recession and Return to the Worksite The COVID-19 pandemic left far more American women struggling, unemployed or experiencing burnout than men. Due primarily to the demands of childcare in the wake of mass and protracted school closings, more than 800,000 women left the workforce […]
There were more than 6,600 incidents of hate and discrimination directed at Asian-American individuals and individuals of Pacific Islander descent in the last year. The rise in incidents is attributable to false blame for the COVID-19 pandemic. Employers would be wise to re-examine their policies to ensure there is zero-tolerance for hateful behavior directed at […]
LGBTQ Discrimination on the Rise Gay Pride parades and rainbow floats, full of life and public acknowledgement of “how far” the gay rights movement has come are a tradition of Pride Month. Outrageous costumes, loud music, people smiling, waving, and shouting Pride slogans add to the energized celebration. There are more gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, […]
Understand, that no matter where you are in your DE&I journey, the activation of the program is the key!
As of July 1, 2021, New York City fast food employees cannot terminate their employees without “just cause” or “bona fide economic reasons.”
Wow! This has been a year for the record books. As we look ahead, let’s commit to emerging stronger with a mosaic of employees and experiences that bond together to accomplish more than we ever imagined. We’d like pass along some heartfelt words of wisdom from Gary Burnison, CEO of Korn Ferry.
Social media platform settles a gender discrimination case involving its former Chief Operating Officer for $20 million. Following the settlement, Pinterest has made cultural and hiring changes, but the changes are mostly aimed at equality in pay and improving diversity, not at inclusion in thought among leaders.
Training and Education are just a singular component of organization change. You need to be able to allow for open and constructive dialogue around historically taboo topics in the workplace.
Our recent webinars focused on the current challenges and organizational solutions in diversity and inclusion and one main takeaway is that this is not a topic that fits neatly into a 60min webinar format. Join us in continuing the conversation where our speakers answer some of the many questions that were asked.
Knowing about, honoring, and protecting religiously held beliefs and related practice serves us all regardless of our faith.