Adrienne Lawson, EdD, is very new to her role at PRIDE Industries, but she comes to the position with decades of experience in diversity, inclusion, and learning.
For most businesses, many employees are working from home because of COVID-19. This new environment calls for upskilling, as many employees are in need—and are eager for—training on new tools, apps, and soft skills. It also should require putting diversity and inclusion (D&I) at the heart of the conversation.
One of the biggest challenges to meaningful diversity and inclusion (D&I) in many organizations is that traditionally underrepresented staff often feel like they’re in uncharted territory as they move further up the corporate ladder.
As more organizations shift their focus to be more inclusive, a new partnership could reward employers for disclosing their diversity and inclusion (D&I) efforts.
We’ve often found that the best diversity and inclusion (D&I) leaders are those who truly have a passion for the work. While that can be said for any job, diversity and inclusion (D&I) are all about people, and those who have a passion for D&I often excel at corporate D&I efforts because they have had […]
One silver lining of the pandemic is that I have had an opportunity to catch up on some of my favorite Pixar short films with my daughter—most recently, the SparkShorts film Purl.
Topia, an HR tech company specializing in global talent mobility, drives its diversity and inclusion (D&I) efforts from both a global and an individual focus. Bear with us as we flesh out this effective strategy based on our recent discussion with Jacky Cohen, VP of People and Culture at Topia.
Melinda Wolfe has seen employers make important strides in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) over the years, but she’s also seen setbacks. And she’s learned that to avoid setbacks and continue progress, employers have to be open to change and make systematic improvements to policies and practices in the workplace.
When it comes to creating great diversity, you have to balance the overall drive for diversity with equity and inclusion. According to this issue’s interviewee, the best diversity programs don’t ask employees to fit in; they create spaces for people to be themselves.
Although racial and gender disparities exist in a variety of industries, the tech world has shown persistent gaps within its ranks. According to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), white men make up a larger majority of the tech industry than they do in the rest of the private sector, making it harder for people of […]