Many employees are worried about the future of their job -- especially marginalized workers and people of color. To build a more inclusive workforce, organizations must provide equitable learning opportunities to underrepresented groups.
Equitable training requires uncovering participants’ needs and taking them into consideration. Leading companies recognize that celebrating differences is crucial for future success.
In this episode of The Business of Learning, we spoke with industry experts to learn more about how L&D can advance DEI in the workplace.
Too often, DEI training misses the mark. But the secret to effective DEI training is hiding in plain sight.
Your association should offer members equal access to all benefits, including training and development opportunities.
Innovation is reliant on diversity of thought and the collection of diverse background and experiences. By building valuable partnerships, like with HBCUs, employers can work to help diverse and underrepresented learners reach their full potential.
In the post-COVID workplace, learning teams have the chance to implement equity-promoting practices and strive to meet people where they are.
Too often, diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) training is reactionary and ineffective. Learn how to make DEI a systemic part of your organization rather than a sporadic training event.
Companies that embrace equitable learning and development will better retain and engage their employees during The Great Resignation.