Your company wouldn’t intentionally discriminate against older job seekers.
The #MeToo movement and the continuation of it, #TimesUp, have profound implications for employers. These movements are seeking to address the long-standing inequalities in the workplace (among other things), specifically as it pertains to sexual harassment and gender-based wage inequality and other gender-related discriminatory practices.
Instead of differentiating between maternity leave and leave for new fathers, some companies are implementing gender-blind time off for new parents.
New research has identified 40 workplace factors that create a culture of equality, including 14 factors that matter most.
Coming off the heels of a fantastic Blockbuster first few weeks, nearly $900 million made at the box office globally, and premiering during Black History Month, there is no denying that Black Panther is just the start of a monumental cultural movement. Black Panther is being touted as not only one of the year’s best […]
A recent survey by professional services firm PwC, in partnership with the London School of Economics, finds a significant intergenerational difference of opinion when it comes to fair pay and what constitutes ethical behavior around pay, with the younger population wanting stronger protection for the less well-off, compared to the older generation who are more […]
Generation Z is entering the workforce. Where should you focus to recruit and retain them?
Even as employers continue to try and understand the Millennial workforce, a new generation has begun to apply for employment.
America has a long and painful history of racism. Lately, the news has served as a reminder of this history, while alerting the nation’s citizens there are still steps to take on the road to equality.
In recent years, there has been a movement toward flatter organizations. The shift, aimed at greater equality, is based on the idea that each person understands his or her responsibilities and will act accordingly.