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Diversity in the Workplace – Do You Have What Women Want?

Blu Ivy Group

#MeToo Movement Sheds Light on Gender Diversity Gaps In Employer Brands. plans will never achieve true gender diversity. markets,” a total of $28 trillion would be added to the global economy by 2025. As you can see, there is good reason that diversity is on the top of the priority list for. A study by the Society for Human Resource Management determined that by 2022, employee retention will be HR’s dominant challenge. make Blu Ivy Group a diverse supplier.

Brandon Hall Group Research, October 2021

Brandon Hall

HCMx Radio 181: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in the Workplace HCMx Radio 182: Double Your Impact – Develop DEI Competencies by Practicing Social and EQ Skills with Virtual Reality HCMx Radio 183: Microlearning’s New Best Friend – KREDO. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Brandon Hall Group is the only professional development company that offers data, research, insights and certification to Learning and Talent executives and organizations.


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How to Become a Chief Human Resources Officer: What You Need to Know

Analytics in HR

In a survey by XpertHR , 52% of employers said the CHRO is either partially or fully responsible for managing diversity, equity, and inclusion. Only in 11% of cases, there is an appointed Chief Diversity Officer whose primary role is to oversee inclusion initiatives.

The Best Talent Acquisition Strategies for 2022


Either employers will be receptive to these requests from their existing employees, or they’ll experience higher turnover rates in the coming months. This is especially true considering that, by 2025, Gen Z will represent 27% of the global workforce. Strategy #5: Employee Retention.

6 Features that Will Optimize Your Employee Onboarding Software

HR Daily Advisor

Tools such as video-based learning and gamification improve knowledge retention and employee engagement. Learning technologies are the new training tool of choice for onboarding new employees, with the global eLearning market expected to reach $325 billion by 2025. New employee turnover is a tough pill for management and HR to swallow, but strengthening your onboarding process could help increase your retention rates. Certification system.