It's more than good optics. Research shows that diversity fosters innovation, improves the bottom line and even helps with recruitment.
Diversity and inclusion may be the two most important topics facing the tech industry in 2019, but even still it can be difficult to find helpful information on the subject matter. We can help with that.
As the workplace becomes more diverse, more issues arise accordingly. For this reason, we’ve created a list of the biggest diversity issues in the workplace
Diversity isn’t just a moral issue. There is a business case that can be made for promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace. From recruitment to mentoring, human resources has a main role in the strategy.
As organizations scramble to more fully and substantively embrace D&I, it’s critical to fully understand and counteract these 4 pervasive myths that so often inhibit true progress.
Neurodiverse people often have higher-than-average abilities - some conditions, including autism and dyslexia, can bestow special skills in pattern recognition, memory, or mathematics.
Some organizations add a few women or people of color to a leadership team and feel they’ve checked the box and can return to business as usual. That mentality is naïve, misguided and truly dangerous because there are real risks associated with focusing on diversity and largely ignoring inclusion.
At the New Rules Summit, hosted by The New York Times, participants working in groups proposed changes to create equitable environments in the workplace. Here are the topics, quotations from group leaders and takeaways.