[Infographic] Female Leaders, Do They Have Equality at The Top?
OCTOBER 28, 2016
When it comes to the workplace, is there equality or diversity at the top? Because there needs to be an equal levelling, there needs to be a significant change, more than ever before. The post [Infographic] Female Leaders, Do They Have Equality at The Top? This has been a question that has been debated for many years now and yet still the answer is no there is not.
Inspiring Young Women As Future Data Scientists And Supporting The UN’s Global Goal For Gender Equality
JANUARY 30, 2017
call for greater gender diversity in data science. Such efforts include commitments to place women in 25% of all leadership roles, leadership excellence acceleration , and certification for economic dividends for gender equality. The data science field is booming as Big Data and advanced analytics become primary players in the boardroom. The work is meaningful with high visibility.
Why Diversity Matters To Your Bottom Line
AUGUST 22, 2016
Over the past three years, workplace diversity has increased significantly according to studies conducted by Oxford Economics and SAP in 2014 and again in 2016. This finding is especially concerning when you consider the potential impact of diversity on overall business performance. In 2015, McKinsey research revealed that gender-diverse companies were 15% more likely to financially outperform their less diverse competitors. Plus, ethnically diverse companies were 35% more likely to financially outperform their more uniform competitors.
Workday Signs White House Equal Pay Pledge
DECEMBER 7, 2016
Today it was announced that Workday has signed the White House Equal Pay Pledge. Embedding equal pay efforts into broader enterprise-wide equity initiatives. More broadly, having a diverse workforce that brings many different viewpoints and experiences to work each day is critical to our success. Yet real change doesn’t happen without unity, which is why we’ve joined the growing list of companies—including Workday customers—signing the White House Equal Pay Pledge. The post Workday Signs White House Equal Pay Pledge appeared first on Workday Blog.
Beyond Diversity: Creating an Inclusive Workplace
DECEMBER 22, 2016
The next generation of professionals working their way up the ranks are demanding more of employers when it comes to diversity and inclusion. Millennials are the most diverse generation in history : 59% identify as Caucasian, and 27% have immigrant backgrounds. As of 2015, working millennials number over 53.5 There is a given expectation by them to see equal representation and opportunity at work, but that barely scratches the surface of how millennials see diversity evolving. Diversity vs. Inclusion. This is inclusion beyond diversity.
7 Tips to Manage a Diverse Workforce
MARCH 15, 2016
Organizations today are more diverse than ever today. Most companies benefit from a diverse environment, but there are always certain challenges that may rise. Realizing that truth and developing hands-on strategies that welcome diversity is imperative. Invest in diversity training. The post 7 Tips to Manage a Diverse Workforce appeared first on TalentCulture.
Apple’s Diversity And Inclusion Report Offers Lessons For All Brands
AUGUST 12, 2016
I have consistently been vocal about the need for diversity and inclusion in our workforce. Whether hiring (and fairly paying) more females or underrepresented minorities, Apple has stepped up to the plate and shown some tremendous progress in its “ Diversity and Inclusion ” webpage with brand new data. Openness about commitment to equal pay and diversity is absolutely critical. The equal pay conversation isn’t just a campaign. The Equal Pay Pledge boasts at least 28 companies that are household names like Gap, PwC, and Spotify. Adjust accordingly.
Our Journey Toward a More Diverse Workday
NOVEMBER 9, 2015
Today, Fortune ranked Workday #6 on its list of the “ 50 Best Workplaces for Diversity.”. Yet diversity isn’t an end game, it’s a journey. First and foremost, every human being is born with the right to equal opportunities. But there’s also a very business-oriented reason: It’s a proven fact that diversity fuels innovation. If not, why?
4 Business Benefits of Diversity in the Workplace
MARCH 7, 2016
The cry for diversity in the workplace has reached a boiling point. companies are spending millions annually on diversity programs and initiatives. And you can’t peruse a news website or industry blog without stumbling across a diversity hiring headline. Below we’ve listed 4 proven benefits of diversity in the workplace: 1. Diverse companies make more money.
10 Tips to Help Managers Honor Diversity During Challenging Times
OCTOBER 26, 2016
As managers in increasingly diverse workplaces, how do we understand the challenges our people are facing at home while keeping the peace at work? How do we continue to talk about the value of diversity while embodying the principle of equality? Managers should continue or even step up their diversity and recognition plans. Start with yourself. Be there and listen.
6 Ways to Advance Gender Equality in the C-Suite
AUGUST 4, 2016
When it comes to gender equality in the C-suite, the gap between vision and action is wide. In an October 2015 study sponsored by Weber Shandwick and KRC Research and conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit, 73 percent of global senior executives surveyed believe that women will occupy an equal share of C-level jobs in multinational firms by 2030. What to do?
Scary Diversity Recruitment Mistakes You May Be Making
OCTOBER 31, 2016
Lack of workforce diversity has placed a magnifying glass on the hiring practices of organizations in all industries. It’s about being more thoughtful in granting everyone equal access to employment opportunities and also opening your doors to a wider range of talent that may just the very thing you need to succeed in today’s business climate.
The Paradox Of Diversity And Inclusion
JULY 26, 2016
Almost every organization has a firm understanding of how important diversity is. There is an abundance of research out there that confirms more diversity results in success. Forty-nine percent of executives surveyed by Forbes Insights strongly agree that a diverse and inclusive workforce is crucial to encouraging different perspectives and ideas that drive innovation. With the rise of millennials in the workplace, many organizations have achieved diversity organically. Diversity is no different, nor is it only HR’s problem or responsibility.
What Is the Equal Pay Act?
HR Daily Advisor
SEPTEMBER 22, 2015
Did you know that the Equal Pay Act (EPA) is actually a component of the Fair Labor Standards Act? The EPA is administered and enforced by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). It’s critical to note that all aspects of pay are taken into consideration when determining whether two groups are paid equally. Exceptions to Equal Pay.
Let’s Be Honest About Diversity: Age Matters Too
MAY 13, 2016
The conversation about diversity is finally opening up. We have a long way to go, but gender and ethnic equality are firmly on the agenda. But there’s a gaping oversight in the conversation that’s too often ignored: In the push to improve diversity, we have to recognize that age matters, too. Such a range has the potential for significant diversity of thought and action. Diverse workplaces have tangible benefits. Embrace a broader view of diversity. As HR pros well know, diversity does have its challenges. We may not own a car. Miley asked.
Diversity Matters to Small and Midsize Business Growth – and Helps Build Business Beyond Bias
OCTOBER 26, 2016
Diversity and inclusion are no longer “nice to have” cultural topics – or issues companies address only to avoid being accused of discrimination or to be legally compliant. How to turn diversity into a revenue-generating opportunity. So, how do we show that diversity is more than just a cultural issue? workforce as diverse as the customer base .
High Performing Organizations Have Leadership Diversity – #LeadLikeAGirl
SEPTEMBER 11, 2016
Byham] In the August issue of Harvard Business Review, there’s an article about “ Why Diversity Programs Fail.” It’s a good read. The big takeaway is that if organizations want diversity, they need process change. Women must have equal access to the same opportunities for coaching, mentoring, work experiences, etc. Diversity isn’t a women’s issue; it’s an organizational issue.
Gender Equality, what you need to know to make it to the C Suite
APRIL 13, 2016
Gender equality and diversity at the leadership level A recent Economist’s blog addressed the topic of gender equality in the workplace which I found fascinating. For the record, I am male and a minority and as much […] The post Gender Equality, what you need to know to make it to the C Suite appeared first on by HRNasty, HR gone rogue.
Inclusion Goes Beyond the Numbers: ADP Receives Perfect Score on Human Rights Campaign 2017 Equality Index
DECEMBER 15, 2016
Talking openly about diversity is important to creating an inclusive work environment. ADP News Developments Human Capital Management Human Resources Progress Recognition ADP Human Rights Campaign Equality Index 2017However, it holds little value if an organization doesn't.
Patty Nishimura Dingle: Driving Belonging & Diversity at Workday
OCTOBER 17, 2016
Fostering a diverse culture that values different views and approaches has helped us create applications relevant to our customers’ needs and ultimately improve how people work. To further our efforts, Workday recently hired Patty Nishimura Dingle as director of Belonging & Diversity. Company News & Culture culture diversity LGBT minorities Patty Nishimura Dingle women
Inclusion, Intersectionality, and Allies: Three Pillars of Diversity
JUNE 24, 2016
On June 22nd, Everwise co-hosted a panel discussion on Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace, along with Webb Investment Network. The conversation kicked off with a discussion on the current state of how companies think about diversity and inclusion. Mather made a business case for diversity, particularly when the market is fluctuating. Inclusion. Intersectionality. Allies.
Is Diversity Now a Dirty Word?
Great Place to Work
DECEMBER 7, 2016
Some critics of our elite colleges claim that what lies at the heart of multiculturalism, diversity, and political correctness is actually an intolerance of different opinions. The perhaps-understandable backlash to identity politics is causing fear among some that diversity and inclusion programs, as a result, will be rolled back in corporate America. What should happen is a broader understanding of what constitutes “diversity.” And if we cannot end now our differences, at least we can help make the world safe for diversity.". Diversity is a strength.
The Paradox of Diversity and Inclusion
JULY 22, 2016
Almost every organization has a firm understanding of how important diversity is. There is an abundance of research out there that confirms more diversity results in success. Forty-nine percent of executives surveyed by Forbes Insights strongly agree that a diverse and inclusive workforce is crucial to encouraging different perspectives and ideas that drive innovation.
Workplace Diversity And Inclusion: Where To Go From Here?
JULY 21, 2016
Women comprise almost 50 percent of the workforce, and many organizations agree diversity and inclusion are economic and business imperatives. So why does achieving equality in the workplace remain such a major challenge? Graham, the show was entitled HR, Inclusion and Diversity: Where to Go From Here? The panelists agreed on two major issues: diversity and inclusion are equally important, and real change can only happen when the conversation shifts to international action. Hosted by Bonnie D. Here are some of their ideas for consideration. Tinna C. Tanya M.
12 Ways To Increase Gender Equality
AUGUST 11, 2015
I confess I am tired of hearing about how we need to increase gender equality. Make affirmative efforts to increase the diversity of the applicant pool for leadership positions. Companies with gender diversity on the senior leadership team outperform their competitors. Diverse teams should help to ensure that there is not conscious or unconscious gender bias in decision-making.
12 Ways to Increase Gender Equality
HR Daily Advisor
JULY 13, 2016
Gender equality has improved, but still, women are CEOs of only 4.5 Segal suggested that it is a legal AND business imperative to fix the gender equality problem. Diversity with small “d,” says Segal.). After blind auditions were instituted, women were picked in equal numbers. (In fact, women dominate violin positions today in many orchestras.)Also, Screening Guardrails.
Global Workforce Gender Diversity: It’s Not Happening
Great Place to Work
DECEMBER 16, 2014
Focusing on diversity in the workplace is an essential step in building a great culture. Advancing gender diversity is a key focus area that organizations should look to, armed with the knowledge that there is still significant progress to make before most workplaces achieve true gender equality. Blogs
Rewarding Diversity Instead Of Productivity
JULY 23, 2015
According to a study by Forbes , workplace diversity is a key driver of innovation and a critical component to success. But, what does diversity in the workplace mean? Employees can be diverse because of their race or gender, but they can also differ in what characteristics they bring to your team. Find the people who are known for clarity, consistency, and thoroughness. Hint….
No Woman Left Behind: The Importance of Being a Female Leader
Switch and Shift
NOVEMBER 15, 2016
Future Of Leadership Gender Equality Leadership female leader gender equality leadership diversityOver the last 18 years, I have been a leader in various organizations. As my roles became more senior, I began to feel more acutely aware of not only my role as a leader, but the importance of being a senior leader who was also a female leader and generally in the minority.
Leadership Improv: Team Equality Is Not Team Equity
ATD Human Capital
AUGUST 27, 2014
This is Part Three of a four-part series on using improvisational behaviors to ensure their teams are strong, diverse, and engaged. Click here to read full version
Diversity & Inclusion Through a Global Lens
ATD Human Capital
APRIL 13, 2016
Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) continues to evolve in response to workplace and marketplace globalization, with implications for: expanding the potential audience for D&I to include not only employees and suppliers, but also contingent workers, customers, and business partners. How Diversity Is Defined. All countries have diversity dimensions.
Teach Workers to Celebrate Diversity on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
HR Daily Advisor
JANUARY 16, 2017
Regardless of your organization’s pay practices, this holiday is a great time to celebrate diversity in your workplace. There’s no doubt that diversity can lead to challenges in the workplace, so make these points with your employees: Differences among people are OK. Clear and open communication is essential to working successfully in a diverse group. Day as a paid holiday.
Siloed Diversity Holds Us All Back
SEPTEMBER 5, 2016
There is conflict over an issue in the field of diversity and inclusion that needs to be addressed. Here are the two opposing schools of thought: Diversity is a long process, and every disenfranchised group can’t get there at once. As we work on gender and racial diversity, we will open the door for other groups. You can’t have partial diversity and consider that a success.
Diversity and Inclusion – Time For HR To Step Up Its Game
FEBRUARY 13, 2017
They are striving to make their companies more diverse in leadership, not just population. So having a broadly diverse employee population makes sense. On some level there is diversity, but on another we miss out on diversity of experience. The writers here are diverse in many ways, and I can say that I have gained a lot from reading each and every entry over the last 3 years. work in an environment that promotes diversity, and I routinely am in contact with people from all over the world. An HR Observation Diversity InclusionNot likely.