Tag: diversity and inclusion

How One HR Pro is Making an Impact with a Multi-Touch Mission

Christie Lindor spent the first two decades of her career working as a management consultant at some of the world’s top companies. Today, the first-generation Haitian American is a Workplace Culture and Inclusion expert that has earned a reputation for helping mid-sized and large organizations create high-performing, inclusive workplace cultures. As the principal of Tessi […]

How to Recognize, Stop Microaggressions at Work

“Death by a thousand cuts.” That’s what microaggressions feel like to the affected individual. Read on to learn how to recognize and stop the indignities from happening in your workplace. What are Microaggressions? Dr. Derald Wing Sue, a Columbia University professor and pioneer in the field of cross-cultural studies, defines microaggressions as “brief and commonplace […]

Best Practices for Improving DEI Recruitment in 2022

If the last weeks of the year have taught us anything, it’s that the change and uncertainty in our world are here to stay. As organizations strive to compete for talent, the need for recruiting practices that embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) becomes even more important to ensure all talent feels a sense of […]

Making an Impact on DEI at Workday and Around the World

The murder of George Floyd and the resulting focus on the Black Lives Matter movement have fueled a renewed focus on issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) not just in the United States but also around the world. There is a wide range of issues companies are grappling with today. The pandemic, of […]

DEI in a Hybrid Environment: What Managers Need to Know

Hybrid work is the new normal. While employees see endless benefits, managers should consider the pitfalls that also come with a part-virtual office, including the detachment of an organization’s diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts. The radical shift to a virtual workplace that we’ve seen over the past 2 years has challenged DEI efforts across […]

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Favorites from 2021: Diversity Insight

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) is an important and ongoing strategy of any HR plan. Ensuring that your company supports hiring, engaging, and retaining diverse workers with varied backgrounds will set your company up for long-term success and an increased bottom line. Throughout the past year at HR Daily Advisor, we aimed to provide the […]

The Long-Term Impacts of Workplace Sexual Harassment

Unfortunately, sexual harassment is a reality in workplaces around the world, including advanced Western economies that one might expect to be more progressive. Workplace sexual harassment is also notoriously underreported, due in large part to the stigma that is sometimes felt by the victim, the fear of retribution, and the belief that nothing will be […]

Shameka Young: A Difference Maker in the D&I Space

A key element of diversity, equity, and inclusion is finding ways to not only hire more diverse workers but also elevate them within their organization. For Shameka Young, VP and Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) at Cognizant, leveraging the company’s focus on affinity groups, targeted hiring, and other practices have been key factors […]

Faces of HR: Kim Kane Talks the Importance of Leading with Your Authentic Self

Kim Kane has been involved in the human resources industry for more than a decade. For our latest Faces of HR profile, we sat down with Kim to discuss how she got her start in the industry, her biggest influence, as well as her thoughts on trends and best practices for the HR industry, including […]

Leveraging the Strengths of a Multicultural Team During an Ongoing Pandemic

Research consistently shows that global teams are much more creative and, therefore, have a competitive advantage in how they approach markets and understand their customers. This gave birth to the useful “global” concept, which reinforces the value of diversity in our work. However, it also shows that multicultural teams are much slower than monocultural teams […]