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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

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. The most obvious example of this was when I was a Promotions Manager for a radio station where, at age 25, I had responsibility for a small team and a sizeable budget.

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Diversity, Data, And The X-Factor

SuccessFactors

For example, opportunity, or talent, can be overlooked for a variety of biased reasons: age, appearance, culture, personality, perceived flaws, experience, and conventional wisdom. In other words, diversity can help overcome biases. Diversity delivers results.

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

Visier

Editor’s note: This popular post has been updated with new data and information to ensure you’re ready for the talent demands of today and the future. When it comes to engineers and developers, the competition for talent is truly global, and getting more fierce by the minute.

The Rise of the People Strategy Platform

Visier

PwC’s 18th Annual Global CEO survey, which included a report on People strategy for the digital age: A new take on talent , identified six key priorities for CEOs and HR: Rethinking people strategy. Embrace diversity.

Four Reasons Private Equity Firms Are Rethinking Their Workforce Investments

SuccessFactors

Most methods used by private equity (PE) firms for enhancing business value, beyond pure financial engineering, involve optimizing people management in some way, such as restructuring teams, bringing in new talent, refreshing training programs, or modifying incentive structures.

Recognizing Across Cultures: Scandinavia

WorkHuman

It might seem, at first glance, like such an equality- and values-driven culture would be very good at recognition and reward. I’d like to begin by saying I’m aware that it is taking a great deal of liberty to generalize the cultures of five very unique and diverse Nordic countries!

10 Tips for Fostering Team Success

Bonusly

According to a 2014 Harvard Business Review article , the vision says what the organization wishes to be like in some years’ time. While it’s important to maintain openness and transparency in group communications, it’s equally important to do so within an environment of psychological safety.

Does Your Organization Have a Language Strategy?

NCHRA

As organizations increasingly develop internationally, every organization must be able to leverage talent, expertise, creativity, and relationships from multiple geographical areas, cultures, and languages. Today's workplaces are often linguistically and culturally diverse.