In light of reduced in-person interactions and travel restrictions resulting from COVID-19, video interviewing has become a popular hiring strategy.
Understanding intersectionality and the experiences of employees who belong to more than one marginalized social group is critical to achieving success in diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Embracing the future of work means creating an employee skill set matrix that combines workforce development and workplace demands.
Creating and Sustaining Diverse, Equitable and Inclusive Organizations — Steps HR Professionals and Employers...
There’s no denying 2020 has been a year full of uncertainty, fear and frustration. However, it’s also been a year of growth, awareness and understanding. Conversations around the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) are alive and well across the country. From protests and discussion around systemic racism to calls for action to improve hiring practices and pay equity and equality, this year has shown that people are ready and willing to collectively call for change.
Diversity in business can bring underrepresented thoughts and experiences to the table, inspiring increased creativity and innovation within teams.
Disruption in HR is today's reality. The HR office isn't a spaceship demanding teamwork for survival, but the popular video game Among Us offers collaboration tips that can help HR teams thrive during times of disruption.
Mentorship and allyship are critical considerations for any business aiming to be viewed as an inclusive, best-in-class workplace.
The best organizations embody an inclusive culture that extends beyond the D&I function. Their leaders drive performance and innovation by demonstrating to their employees and to the world that people belong and are integral to the organization's purpose.
As many employees work from home during the coronavirus pandemic, managers must watch for employee burnout signs.