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

Blu Ivy Group

#MeToo Movement Sheds Light on Gender Diversity Gaps In Employer Brands. required for organizations to attain ongoing success. Until we get these numbers more balanced, the programs, policies and succession. 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.

5 Ways to Adapt to an Aging Workforce

Career Partners International

In today’s environment of rapid change, forward-thinking organizations recognize the need for strategic workforce planning. However, there is one cohort that is often overlooked in workforce planning – the older worker or “late-stage careerist.”

Millennial Execs Offer New Approach To Gaining Competitive Advantage


According to Deloitte , they will represent 75% of the workforce by 2025. At the same time, they are considered both highly financially responsible and clearly more optimistic about their own ability to be successful, which is not the case for the previous generations according to UBS. It affects the way they work, manage, collaborate, hire, and retain employees as well as think about succession planning. Millennials are ready to take over the workforce very soon.

Predicting the Future, Talent Edition


By 2025, the ratio of workers to retirees will be 1:1, making the candidate pool much smaller. Even the areas of talent acquisition and talent development, which have traditionally worked in silos, will come closer together for improved succession planning. Embracing diversity proving key to growth. New data is constantly supporting why diversity positively impacts business performance and in 2016 we will begin to see to start its impact.