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6 Ways to Advance Gender Equality in the C-Suite

Workology

When it comes to gender equality in the C-suite, the gap between vision and action is wide. Yet only 39 percent of these same executives ranked gender equality as a top-ten business priority, and only half admitted they have established goals to get there.

Diversity and inclusion in the workplace: Are employers doing enough?

ThoughtFarmer

Our recruitment process has worked out well so far. If you are having trouble understanding the importance of diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the workplace, you aren’t alone. What is diversity and inclusion? The current state of diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

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Equality, Diversity, and the Gender Pay Gap in Tech: 5 Suggestions to Help You Pay Fairly

Compensation Today

Suggestion #1: Don’t fear diversity! The truth is that the workforce is becoming larger and more diverse every year, so ignoring diversity isn’t really an option anymore. In fact, ignoring diversity is actually doing companies more harm than good.

Decreasing the Gap

HRO Today

Faced with stricter pay reporting regulations, UK companies are implementing recruitment strategies to increase diversity. This has led to significant changes in the companies whose pay gaps were most egregious and potentially to changes in companies where gaps were not quite as big as well.”.

Research Says: Gender Diversity Improves Team Performance

Inpower Coaching

Study: The Impact of Gender Diversity on the Performance of Business Teams: Evidence from a Field Experiment ( Tinbergen Institute, 2011, Hoogendoorn, Oosterbeek, van Praag ). Keywords: teamwork, gender diversity, gender balance, productivity, results, gender impact.

How Geena Davis’ Groundbreaking Research is Helping Girls “See It” So They Can “Be It”

Thrive Global

Well, girls – you’re in luck. Hinting at big announcements over the next 30 days, Di Nonno forecasted new studies that will address sizeism, ageism and masculinity in media, while diving into the gaming industry as well. Calling all girls…quick, name your favorite show.

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Real Accountability: How to Measure Your Company’s Diversity Hiring Efforts

Eightfold

Diversity boosts the bottom line. A McKinsey & Company report found that companies in the top 25 percent for racial and ethnic diversity are 35 percent more likely to have financial returns above their industry’s median. Diversity boosts innovation, too.

3 Reasons Physical Offices & Face-to-Face Meetings Are Not Going Away

Workplace Psychology

At a company level: Only 30% of senior managers feel their organization is well prepared for the rise of remote work (Future Positive Report). remote work, wellness programs, etc.), “innovation in terms of how the workplace and jobs are structured has been slow.

3 Ways Leaders Sabotage Their Company’s Inclusion Goals

Thrive Global

To say diversity and inclusion are in the spotlight these days is a massive understatement. The Black Lives Matter protests and push against systemic racism have called out the inadequate response from many employers in addressing a lack of diversity in their companies and industries.

3 Myths About Working Women That Are Hurting Your Diversity and Inclusion Efforts

Linkedin Talent Blog

As Joanne points out, gender-diverse leadership teams can yield greater financial returns than those with homogeneous leadership. Multiple studies have found that adding women to all-male teams leads to greater financial success,” Joanne says. Diversity

How A Career Break Can Benefit Your Résumé

Thrive Global

Cultivate a diverse mindset. It exposes you to diverse backgrounds, experiences and ways of thinking. workforce is going to become more diverse across nearly all demographic categories over the next six years. It used to be that having a gap on your résumé was considered taboo.

The Great HR Gender Divide: Part I

Visier

of their time either being a “strategic advisor” (19.2%) and “counselor, coach, of confidante” (18.4%). being a coach). There is a simple litmus test that can give a sense of gender equality in HR: compensation. HR Leadership diversity HR leadership advice

A look at skills assessments, bias and stereotypes

CLO Magazine

The “gendered lens” is a part of the invisible gender binary structure that’s already present and well-ingrained in society. Talent Management diversity and inclusion gender stereotypes Marcus Buckingham strengths strengths assessments unconscious bias

6 Changes Your Company Must Make To Develop More Female Leaders

SuccessFactors

The most recent allegations of sexual harassment by management and subsequent apathy by HR at hot tech startup Uber have once again brought to the fore the lack of progress we’ve made in gender equality. These studies may reveal some answers.

Bias imperils Performance. Are you ready to do something about it?

Bersin

You could find out by taking the Implicit Association Test 1 , a social psychology method of measuring the strength of associations that people have between concepts as well as evaluations and stereotypes. Diversity & Inclusion Solutions series (publishing throughout March 2020).

6 Changes Your Company Must Make To Develop More Female Leaders

SuccessFactors

The most recent allegations of sexual harassment by management and subsequent apathy by HR at hot tech startup Uber have once again brought to the fore the lack of progress we’ve made in gender equality. These studies may reveal some answers.

Announcing the Employee Experience Index: Why Moving Beyond Engagement is Essential

BetterUp

Employee engagement has often been viewed as the proxy for employee well-being. Another study found that the greater employees’ feelings of authenticity are, the greater their job satisfaction, engagement, and self-reported performance.

The Great HR Gender Divide: Part I

Visier

of their time either being a “strategic advisor” (19.2%) and “counselor, coach, of confidante” (18.4%). being a coach). There is a simple litmus test that can give a sense of gender equality in HR: compensation. HR Leadership diversity HR leadership advice

The Biggest Gen Y and Gender Myths and Why Your Company Should Care

Inpower Coaching

I recently published my Harvard study in Harvard Business Review : Busting Gen Y & Gender Myths and Why Your Company Should Care unleashing new research on the work-life aspirations of elite Gen Y women and men. And your company needn’t make it a work-life issue; it can be coached in terms of leadership, performance, and strategy. Know that the diversity of talent among Gen Y leads to better innovation.

How Technology Can Help All Students Become More Grateful

Thrive Global

Those are feelings that can present obstacles to learning, relationships, and well-being. Today, more and more schools are using social-emotional learning (SEL) practices to help students navigate their differences, see their identities as assets, and build belonging and wellness.

5 things every manager should know about their single employees

Thrive Global

As a leadership coach, I am passionate about bringing more empathy and compassion into the workplace so that we can all be more effective, authentic, and purpose-driven. Here were the top five concerns that came up repeatedly: Equal pay and promotion opportunities. Additionally, studies show that providing all employees with clarity and certainty around their salary (i.e. It’s simply a different choice that can add to the diversity of your group.

Why you should consider non-traditional candidates

Workable

What do you study if you want to go into sales? To afford her studies, she worked part-time while at college and graduated after 6.5 At first glance, the obvious choice is probably Anastasia; she has a stellar GPA from a well-known design school.

What It’s Like to Be a Black HR Leader in This Moment

Linkedin Talent Blog

These are some of their stories about what it’s like to navigate this moment in time: “We need to do a better job of having the hard conversations around diversity”. I want to educate, but not convince someone that my existence is equal to theirs”. “As HR Diversity

Paradigm for Parity® Coalition’s 5 Actionable Steps to Gender Equity

Visier

A recent study from McKinsey shows that when there are three or more women at the top, there are better results in many organizational performance areas. Perhaps this is due to broader talent pools, improved quality of decision-making, and innovation due to diversity of thought as suggested by a McKinsey Report. I certainly saw this first-hand with my own experience in building a diverse team. Instead, prioritize diverse candidate slates and decision-making panels.

3 Ways to Drive Growth with Digital HR Transformation

Reflektive

Digital business transformation across most departments in the enterprise has been well underway for several years. Become a real-time culture with in-the-moment coaching, development and recognition rather than rear-view mirror performance reviews delivered with bias. Scale diversity and inclusion (D&I) strategies and results with data-driven decision-making across core people management processes. Let’s Focus on Diversity and Inclusion (D&I).

5 Things Any Company Can Do Right Now to Promote an Inclusive Culture

Eightfold

Diversity and inclusion in the workplace aren’t merely feel-good social policies. The least diverse companies typically performed below the national average for their industries. Diverse, inclusive workplaces appear to have long-term benefits as well.

To Close the Gender Gap, Don't Disregard Our Differences

Cornerstone On Demand

There's no lack of studies linking gender balance with increased performance, innovation and creativity in organizations. Despite the mounting evidence in favor of diversity, many organizations still fail to appropriately address gender parity in the workplace. That doesn't work, won't work and hasn't worked very well. What are some faults of typical diversity programs?

The Business Case For Gender Balanced Leadership

Inpower Coaching

For some 20 years, companies have been running women’s leadership development programs a lot like sensitivity seminars, to develop awareness in both women and men that business women are, well, “different” and to help women understand how best to integrate into the existing business culture. More good news is that studies show that companies with about 30% gender diversity on their boards actually outperform those with no women by a wide margin measured through multiple metrics (e.g.,

Don't be the team that has the right instruments but makes the wrong sounds

Rob Whitfield

As they discussed the set they had performed, each was offering insights into what worked well, what didn’t, and how they could get better results next time.

45 HR Trends and Predictions to Watch Out For in 2019

CakeHR

There will be a renewed focus on employee productivity and well-being, and the rise of AI-driven HR tech will make the HR more agile and efficient. There are several solutions available including employee recognition, promoting wellness, career development, and continual education. #2.

6 Ways HR Can Tackle Tech's Glass Ceiling

Impraise

The most recent allegations of sexual harassment by management and subsequent apathy by HR at hot tech startup Uber have once again brought to the fore the lack of progress we’ve made in gender equality. Not only is this an issue about equality, it also greatly impacts a company’s bottom line.

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Unconscious Bias in Talent Decisions

Pinsight

He or she will try to help you grow through special coaching and mentoring, assign you to special projects, give you additional support to ensure your success, and may even rationalize away your errors and shortcomings. Sign-Up to Receive Our Research Study.

Let’s get real about unconscious bias

CLO Magazine

If done well, unconscious bias training can be positively transformative; if not done well, the dysfunctional consequences can elicit negative reactions such as guilt, unrealized rising expectations, demoralization or pain.

The Path to Individual Transformation in the Workplace, Part One

BetterUp

For individuals to grow, learning must be designed in a way that changes the brain, specifically by bridging diverse cognitive functions. Not all employees, when presented with the same materials, will be equally successful.

6 Changes Your Company Must Make to Develop More Female Leaders

TalentCulture

The most recent allegations of sexual harassment by management and subsequent apathy by HR at hot tech startup Uber have once again brought to the fore the lack of progress we’ve made in gender equality. These studies may reveal some answers.

Unconscious Bias in Talent Decisions

Pinsight

He or she will try to help you grow through special coaching and mentoring, assign you to special projects, give you additional support to ensure your success, and may even rationalize away your errors and shortcomings. Why care about unconscious bias in talent decisions?

Squashing This Work-Life Balance Stereotype Will Improve Your Recruiting Process

Spark Hire

This is certainly a diversity and inclusion issue. He felt devalued and not treated equally. Not recognizing this fact will especially hurt in recruiting more diverse and younger men. Fact: more men experience work-family conflicts than women.

Why you should consider non-traditional candidates

Workable

What do you study if you want to go into sales? To afford her studies, she worked part-time while at college and graduated after 6.5 At first glance, the obvious choice is probably Anastasia; she has a stellar GPA from a well-known design school.

Key to Success: Piecing Together A Top Notch Personal Board of Directors

Everwise

The Connector” is someone who is well-established, respected and knows just about everyone worth knowing. This is a board position that could be executed equally well by someone senior to you or by one of your peers. Diversity of experience makes for a great personal board.

Employers Are Embracing Inclusion, and It’s Changed Candidate Interviews

Eightfold

Unconscious biases, diversity, inclusion, equality — these are fast becoming ubiquitous terms in recruitment and hiring, specifically when we talk about candidate interviews. Plenty of studies highlight that this is a reality of how the human brain works.