Workplace Diversity: ‘The Era of Colorblindness is Over’

Cornerstone On Demand

Workplace diversity is a pressing topic among HR pros. That attention often focuses on how diversity affects the company — but what about how minorities' experiences affect people personally and professionally? Talent Management Talent Management Diversity

Global Workforce Gender Diversity: It’s Not Happening

China Gorman

Focusing on diversity in the workplace is an essential step in building a great culture. In a recent diversity study by Mercer based on 178 submissions from 164 companies in 28 countries covering 1.7 Since the 1980’s leap in pay equality for women things have since stagnated.

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Leadership Improv: Team Equality Is Not Team Equity

ATD Human Capital

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

Leadership Improv: Team Equality Is Not Team Equity

ATD Human Capital

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

WorkHuman Session Spotlight: Empowering through Diversity and Equality

WorkHuman

Diversity means different things to various people. Some people think diversity applies to physical differences, such as race and gender. Others think of diversity in terms of ability. Finally, some people equate diversity with preferences. By Laurie Ruettimann —.

Gender Diversity in the Workplace: A Problem That Just Isn’t Improving

TLNT: The Business of HR

Focusing on diversity in the workplace is an essential step in building a great culture. Global HR Talent Management Best practices Change management Diversity gender issues global HR management HR News HR trends talent management

How Employers Can Promote Diversity and Inclusion At Work

Ceridian

As a young, female broadcaster, the biggest barrier that I faced was equal pay for equal work. Diversity and inclusion are imperatives to a business, both economically and culturally. Related: A diverse & inclusive company culture is not just an HR initiative.

Diversity and the “Cultural Richness”

Cielo HR Leader

We catch up with Wayne to get his views on the impact of workplace diversity across this high profile and dynamic region. Wayne, when we last talked back in 2010 you were looking at ways of making the balance of gender diversity in GE Capital, Global Banking more equitable. You’re now working in a very different sort of environment with a whole new set of diversity-related challenges. Diversity is a huge deal for GE and many other companies in the region.

Recruiting a Diverse Workforce in Healthcare

Hospital Recruiting

The prevailing wisdom is that a diverse workforce in the healthcare industry can lead to better patient outcomes. Moving toward a more diverse facility is something almost every healthcare provider should prioritize. Developing a Diversity Protocol. Andriy Popov/123RF.com.

ProQuest Case Study: Using the Oscillation Principle for Software Development

Conversation Matters

Designing for participation demonstrates] a knowing how to innovate because of the creativity that is promoted through allowing a diversity of ideas and experiences to be expressed and then shared.”.

Why Diverse Organizations Perform Better: Do We Still Need Evidence?

China Gorman

You’ve probably heard that organizations with a focus on diversity have stronger organizational cultures – they have happier and more productive employees, and are more socially ethical than other organizations.

Why Diversity Matters To Your Bottom Line

SuccessFactors

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.

The Heartbeat of the Organization

Conversation Matters

Equally important there is a need to renew the relationships that make it possible for organizational members to work virtually toward a common goal. Above all there are performance benefits, for example, being able to respond quickly to local customers, bringing together diverse disciplines to address complex problems, and being able to draw on the limited expertise of the organization. . Identify who needs to be in the conversation – ensuring diversity.

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Diversity & Inclusion Through a Global Lens

ATD Human Capital

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.

The MUSTS of Talent Management

Cielo HR Leader

Culture and engagement have never been more prevalent, as organizations are shifting from strictly seeking hard skills to placing soft skills, personality and character traits on equal ground. Embracing cultural diversity.

Is Sexism Still Holding Us Back?

Inpower Coaching

One of my 9 Lives readers tipped me off to an article that is a must-read for any woman engaged in or thinking about working for a paycheck: “Home Economics: The Link Between Work-Life Balance and Income Equality ” by Stephen Marche. Why would these same fathers feel that their daughters are not entitled, through hard work and accomplishment, to an equal opportunity of building a lucrative and rewarding career?

Our Journey Toward a More Diverse Workday

Workday

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.

Don’t Let Bias Affect Assessment Of Employee Performance

TalentCulture

Likewise, leaders can have an equally difficult time conducting an objective assessment of an employee who is similar to them. Teams are made up of diverse individuals. Data: The Great Equalizer. The key to objectively assessing employee performance is diversity of input. Leaders are always influenced by their personal preferences , biases that are a product of an individual’s personality, work style, and work history.

Diversity, Data, And The X-Factor

SuccessFactors

In other words, diversity can help overcome biases. Diversity delivers results. Diversity is good for business, whether age, gender, ethnicity, disability or acquired, generational savvy, social media skills, global mindsets, or language skills. Embracing diversity of thought.

Accenture Boards the Gender-Equality Bandwagon

HRExecutive

Another big company has thrown its hat into the gender-equality ring, this time with a very personal message to all of us from the company’s CEO. ” Gender equality has also been a key concern at Santa Clara, Calif.-based

Apple’s Diversity And Inclusion Report Offers Lessons For All Brands

SuccessFactors

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. Apple states that it has increased the percentage of female new hires from 31% in 2014 to 37% so far in 2016. The equal pay conversation isn’t just a campaign.

In the Right Direction

HRO Today

percent were held by women in 2014, compared to 23.2 Similarly, 43 percent of roles at the director level and above were held by women in 2014, but this number increased to 48.7 Benefits Engaged Workforce Diversity Gender Equality Gender Pay Gap June-2019 Pay Equity Pay Gap

Let’s Be Honest About Diversity: Age Matters Too

TalentCulture

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. Such a range has the potential for significant diversity of thought and action. Diverse Workplaces have Tangible Benefits.

Apple’s Diversity And Inclusion Report Offers Lessons For All Brands

SuccessFactors

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. Apple states that it has increased the percentage of female new hires from 31% in 2014 to 37% so far in 2016. The equal pay conversation isn’t just a campaign.

How Diversity And Inclusion Are Driving the Bottom Line At American Express

TalentCulture

At many corporations, diversity is viewed as a “nice to have.” Diversity isn’t about ticking off boxes, however. It helps with our retention, because our general employee base likes knowing they work for a company that has an inclusive workforce that supports equality.”

Let’s Be Honest About Diversity: Age Matters Too

SuccessFactors

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.

OFCCP and Kappler, Inc. Settle Steering Claims

Berkshire Associates

The agreement alleges that between December 2012 and December 2014, Kappler, Inc. Affirmative Action Diversity OFCCP Audit Workplace Discrimination Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Gender Discrimination EEOC News

Innovative HR and Why Technology Innovators Can’t Survive Without It

Visier

There are a few areas where technology companies commonly struggle to improve when it comes to their people: Recruitment, Workforce Diversity, Retention, and Strategic Workforce Planning. Develop The Right Mix of Workforce Diversity.

3 Difficult Diversity Lessons From Yelp, Airbnb, and Deloitte

Linkedin Talent Blog

Over 80% talent acquisition leaders and hiring managers say that diversity will be the most important trend shaping the future of recruiting, according to LinkedIn’s Global Recruiting Trends 2018 (coming out in January). It’s no secret that, for years, there wasn’t much diversity in tech.

5 Ways to Show Candidates Your Company is Committed to Diversity

Linkedin Talent Blog

Diversity used to be a box that companies checked. According to the Global Recruiting Trends 2018 report , companies are prioritizing diversity to build stronger cultures and bigger bottom lines. Include photos (and voices) of diverse employees in web and print materials.

The Great HR Gender Divide: Part I

Visier

After all, 76% of Human Resources Managers are women, according to 2014 statistics from the US Department of Labor. There is a simple litmus test that can give a sense of gender equality in HR: compensation. HR Leadership diversity HR leadership advice

Why is “Male” the Baseline? Rethinking Leadership Success

Visier

When Nadella succeeded Steve Ballmer in 2014, the company had a well-known “resting and vesting” attitude amongst employees. Even when couples start out with a plan to share family and work equally, the burden of raising a family and managing a home typically falls on women.

Innovative HR and Why Technology Innovators Can’t Survive Without It

Visier

There are a few areas where technology companies commonly struggle to improve when it comes to their people: Recruitment, Workforce Diversity, Retention, and Strategic Workforce Planning. Develop The Right Mix of Workforce Diversity.

March is Women’s History Month

HR Bartender

As of July 2014, women outnumber men in the U.S. She made this comment about diversity programs in today’s organizations. “if if organizations want diversity, they need process change. In the U.S., March is recognized as Women’s History Month.

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How CEB is Using Employee-Led Groups to Foster Diversity and Inclusion

Linkedin Talent Blog

Considering they’re a company providing best practice insights, it makes sense that CEB would prioritize diversity. After all, there are countless studies out there that show diverse companies outperform non-diverse companies, along with creating larger societal benefits.