Your organization has most likely implemented policies and training to promote diversity and inclusion, but even they may seem like they’re getting lost in the larger tension between the genders.
Kanarys, a first-of-its-kind technology platform that fosters collaboration between companies and employees on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace, launches to the public today.
There are numerous factors that help characterize an organization as a “great place to work,” from ample professional development opportunities to supportive leadership to comprehensive employee benefits programs.
Creating an inclusive environment for a diverse workforce is no longer a “feel-good” initiative; it’s a business imperative. Simply closing your eyes and throwing a program at a dartboard won’t do the trick.
In the face of the evidence demonstrating the bottom-line impact of inclusive employment, as well as the consumer and employee demand for inclusion, what can learning leaders do? Here are five tips.
Deloitte and The Female Quotient (The FQ), a company dedicated to advancing equality, today announced a strategic alliance dedicated to advancing inclusion in the workplace.
Twomentor, a training and development company, today announced it is partnering with WITI (Women in Technology International) to offer innovative and sustainable programs to WITI’s corporate members.
At the heart of organizational success is a work environment where information and ideas flow freely – where interaction safety is the norm. While many organizations say that they aspire to this level of safety, few organizations are achieving it.