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Training is only the beginning; you need the continued commitment, accountability and buy-in from everyone across the organization to ensure that inclusion becomes a foundational pillar of your company’s culture.
D&I trainings and workshops are useful tools for businesses hoping to change workplace culture and retain a more diverse workforce, but the remaining question is how to deliver the intended message in a way that resonates with individuals in a sustained and impactful manner.
Intersectionality is key to breaking down barriers, increasing trust and fostering open, honest communication that supports all employees. This, in turn, leads to tangible business benefits.
Customers seeking their afternoon caffeine jolt were largely supportive of the coffee giant’s closure.
Customers seeking their afternoon caffeine jolt were largely supportive of the coffee giant’s closure to deliver unconscious bias training. But what’s next?
After protests erupt at Starbucks, the company announces unconscious bias training for all employees. But will it make a difference?
L&D teams have traditionally shied away from diversity and inclusion work. That’s starting to change.
Technology has helped leaders make great strides in managing candidate volume and alleviating unconscious bias when hiring. Still, the human element remains a large part of the final decision-making process. Here’s what executives need to know.
Technology has helped business leaders root out bad, unconscious bias in their decision-making. But let’s not dismiss all bias and human judgment as something desperate to get rid of.
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Despite rules around equal pay for equal work, the wage gap persists. Here’s what companies can do to change it.
PwC hopes videos will open eyes to unconscious bias.
The development of women for the C-suite must begin earlier and more often.