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By offering affordable and even free IT training, employers and education providers are equalizing opportunities for Americans, regardless of race, gender or socioeconomic factors.
Given the renewed, and hopefully lasting, focus on inequity and injustice, it’s high time that stock photo libraries solicit and offer demographic representations in their inventories.
In today’s heated conversations over racial bias awareness and everything else that makes us different, training professionals are tasked with helping businesses cultivate workplace cultures that remain safe for everyone.
Businesses need technology to keep their operations running effectively but, with an increasing lack of talent to operate them, are in danger of falling into a void where they simply can’t find the skilled workers they need.
Diversity and inclusion is a hot topic on corporate agendas, but despite the best efforts of employers, a large group of women are feeling left out. When it comes to leadership training, employers are still pressuring women to conform to one profile.
What would true workplace diversity look like? When asked this question, many people tend to describe an image of an ethnically diverse team with an equal amount of men and women. However, workplace diversity covers more than race and gender.