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Toward Gender Diversity: Men and Women are Equal, but not the Same

Cornerstone On Demand

The gender diversity discussion continues. Men and women are equal, but not the same. In the case of gender equality, we are talking about men and women being identical in value. We are different, but we are equal in value.

High Performing Organizations Have Leadership Diversity – #LeadLikeAGirl

HR Bartender

This year’s HR Technology Conference and Expo is hosting a new event, “ Women in HR Technology.” It will take place on Tuesday, October 4, 2016 prior to the conference. The cost to attend is included your conference registration.

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4 Business Benefits of Diversity in the Workplace

Brazen HR

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.

15 Ways to Improve Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

SocialChorus

Mention diversity in the workplace and you’ll generally get a positive response from executives. That’s because most of them understand the many benefits of a diverse workforce. Diversity in the workplace benefits. And execs know a diverse workforce (in age, race, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, and gender) brings diverse viewpoints and perspectives to the company; these elements can help you develop great new products and great new ways to cater to customers.

Top 100 HR and Recruitment Blogs [by Organic Traffic with Top 3 Articles Each]

Ongig

” Here’s a screenshot from ahrefs with an example of the Ongig Blog’s Organic traffic: The organic traffic number represents an estimate by ahrefs of the volume of Google traffic going to these HR blogs. What Are the Benefits of Diversity in the Workplace? Diversity.

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.

15 Activities To Improve Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace

Vantage Circle

Diversity is a mix. A diverse labor pool is vital to any organization. People from different backgrounds, cultures, and experiences come together to strengthen the diverse workforce. It focuses on creating an environment where diverse employees are accepted and appreciated.

50+ Ideas for Cultivating Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace That You Can Start Today

Linkedin Talent Blog

Nobody’s ever said that diversity and inclusion work is easy. And the earlier the better – the longer you wait to build a diverse workforce and inclusive culture, the harder it will be in the future. Here are some examples you’re welcome to adapt. Diversity

Millennials in the workplace: How to manage and engage them

Workable

For example, according to research published in Harvard Business Review (HBR) , millennials, GenXers and Baby Boomers all want to “make a positive impact in their organization”, “help solve social/ environmental challenges” and “work with a diverse group of people” in equal measure.

The Top CEO Concern Today: Speed of Change

HR Bartender

At this year’s Great Place to Work Conference , I heard from several CEOs that the speed of change was keeping them up at night. At Dropbox, managers are held accountable for attrition, hiring, diversity, engagement, etc. So, results are important, but methods are equally important.

Becoming Simply Irresistible: Positive work environment

Bersin with Deloitte

In this article (the third of five, you can read the first two here ), we’ll discuss the issue of a positive work environment. At one of the largest telecommunications providers in Asia, the company’s “All Roles Flex” policy is an example of flexibility. Part 3 of 5.

Lessons from our HeforShe Roundtable

Everwise

The obstacles to true equality are abundant. The good news is that the research is clear: Diverse companies perform better. Yet more recent research suggests that women and people of color who bring up diversity issues or hire a nonwhite or female employee are actually seen in a negative light by their coworkers. In order to make teams more diverse, in order for a company to reap the benefits of diversity, the shift must be largely spearheaded by straight white men.

Becoming Simply Irresistible: Positive work environment

HR Times

In this article (the third of five, you can read the first two here ), we’ll discuss the issue of a positive work environment. At one of the largest telecommunications providers in Asia, the company’s “All Roles Flex” policy is an example of flexibility. Part 3 of 5.

Women in Leadership: Creating an Inclusive Community of Interest

HR Bartender

There was a recent article in Bloomberg Businessweek titled, “ Deloitte Thinks Diversity Groups are Passé ”. These companywide social-networking groups promote inclusivity, equality, respect, and care for all individuals, and align with Ultimate’s ‘People First’ core philosophy.

5 Tips for Removing Unconscious Bias Towards Female Assignees

HR Daily Advisor

Gender equality is an area that continues to be a significant blind spot and unconscious bias in the workplace; negatively influencing women in many ways, including the number of females that go on international assignments. HR Management diversity gender gap leadership women

Finding "Romance" at Work in the Age of AI + More Lessons From LinkedIn Talent Connect

Cornerstone On Demand

Artificial intelligence may be bringing a new wave of technology to the HR space, but humans have a huge role to play in extracting impact from these shiny new solutions, said Tim Leberecht, founder and CEO of The Business Romantic Society, at the LinkedIn Talent Connect conference this week.

How Bosch Used Gamification to Build People Analytics Skills

Visier

All three pillars played an equally important role in this critical organizational change. He periodically joined conference calls to provide his input and advice to our HR population as we moved along this transformation. . This article first appeared in Digital HR Tech.

The Hallways of Learning

Conversation Matters

The article was read by some members of a research group at the National Institute for Working Life (Arbetslivsinstitutet) in Stockholm, Sweden and they saw the ideas as a way to enhance their own collective learning. This conference table was the only one on the floor.

What Kind of Culture Is Your Workplace Promoting?

CultureIQ

This is the first article in our series about the intersection of the office environment and company culture. Diversity. PLASTARC advises that we “default to diversity.” What messages is your office sending to employees?

Influence Your CEO With WOW And OW! Talent Data

Visier

And, unfortunately, Human Capital has been their #1 concern for four years in a row (Source: The Conference Board). Let’s start with an illustrative example: You report your standard turnover metric – that your salesforce turnover rate is 20%.

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The New Workforce Gender Equity Factors HR Needs to Watch

Visier

Research shows that gender diverse companies are more likely to outperform their less diverse peers, and a lack of a gender diverse workforce can also impact employer brand. Similarly, in this Harvard Business Review article , Herminia Ibarra, Robin J.

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Tom Peters' new rules on Human Capital ~ HR to HR 2.0 and.

Strategic HCM

The article suggests that countries prime source of growth, productivity, wealth creation and social stability is the way local organisations maximise the gross domestic development s their workforces. But I also found the article to be a rather depressing read.

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5 Winning Tips to Retain Millennials

Vantage Circle

In this article, you’ll find five great tips for employers to retain Millennial employees and make them as productive and happy as possible. <a Here’s an example. As far as Millennials are concerned, company benefits aren’t created equal. Embrace Diversity in the Workplace.

Influence Your CEO With WOW And OW! Talent Data

Visier

And, unfortunately, Human Capital has been their #1 concern for four years in a row (Source: The Conference Board). Let’s start with an illustrative example: You report your standard turnover metric – that your salesforce turnover rate is 20%.

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HBR Says Women Experience More Incivility than Men at Work — Especially from Other Women (KD at #workhuman)

The HR Capitalist

Put on by Globoforce, WorkHuman is the most progressive HR Conference available, with past shows focused on emerging trends like mindfulness, meditation and more - the leading edge of people practices and how HR can build them. You can go read the entire article on the study here.

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Women’s Male Allies Can Contribute to #MeToo Solutions

WorkHuman

In gender diversity initiatives, the study found that only 30 percent of companies that do not actively involve men report progress. In an October 2018 article in Harvard Business Review, Johnson and David G. Training is also a great opportunity for male managers to set an example.

Millennials in the workplace: How to manage and engage them

Workable

For example, according to research published in Harvard Business Review (HBR) , millennials, GenXers and Baby Boomers all want to “make a positive impact in their organization”, “help solve social/ environmental challenges” and “work with a diverse group of people” in equal measure.

Why Ed Lawler is Completely Wrong about performance.

Strategic HCM

But I’m afraid I think Lawler’s article in the Executive Guide to Integrated Talent Management (featuring me, Dave Ulrich, Marshall Goldsmith – plus Peter Cappelli etc) has got everything pretty much completely the wrong way round. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Bio-Contact.

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12 Ways to Go From Administrative HR to Business Impact HR

Visier

I have been publicly forecasting HR’s future since 1998, when I wrote the groundbreaking, but at the time controversial article “ e-HR – A Walk Through the 21st Century HR Department ” for the IHRIM Journal.

Speed of Change is the C-Suite’s Biggest Concern

Great Place to Work

At this year’s Great Place to Work Conference , several CEOs said that the speed of change was keeping them up at night. At Dropbox, managers are held accountable for attrition, hiring, diversity, engagement, etc. So, results are important, but methods are equally important.

Check your Blind Spots, Avoiding Unconscious Bias with Technology

AllyO

Madeline: I love that you talk about equal opportunity and then the responsibility really looking at the leaders to lead this charge Torin what about you do you see a difference in companies understanding the difference between diversity and inclusion.

HR’s 2018 year in review part two

cipHR

Headhunters, for example, no longer have to rely on simply sifting through resumes on a career website. Forbes reported in its ‘HR trends to keep on your radar’ article that “the advent of social media has made getting in touch with candidates easier than ever before.

Artificial Intelligence in HCM: False Idols and Real Value

Aberdeen HCM Essentials

At the 2017 HR Technology Expo and Conference , Aberdeen witnessed something startling: Human Capital Management (HCM) technology vendors were downplaying AI as they described how they were catapulting their solution agenda further ahead into the 21st century. The False Idol of AI.

How to avoid communication breakdowns with Dr. Leeno Karumanchery

SocialChorus

Culture, Comms & Cocktails · Episode #32 - Leeno Karumanchery, MESH/Diversity. On this episode of Culture, Comms, & Cocktails, we have Dr. Leeno Karumanchery, Chief Diversity Officer at MESH/Diversity. They’re not all created equal.

Let's Count the Ways Your Recruitment Practices Are Unethical

Entelo

We sat down with Josh in hopes of learning how he approaches recruiting ethics, and wound up covering some real ground in regards to transparency, talent poaching, diversity, as well as some recruitment tactics he finds, shall we say, less than respectable.