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Diversity, Inclusion and The Workplace

HR Counselor's Corner

Workplace diversity is understanding, accepting, and valuing differences in people. Differences in education, as well as personalities, skill sets, experiences, is also included in the definition of diversity. So, what does it mean to have Diversity and Inclusion in your workplace?

3 Guidelines to Help HR Leaders Rethink Diversity in the Workplace

Fond

The importance of diversity in the workplace isn’t news — with decades of supporting evidence, today’s HR leaders are well aware that this issue is important and has real returns for companies that are able to deliver effective solutions. Over the past couple months, the Black Lives Matter movement has shed light and sparked discussions around the pervasive discrimination experienced by BIPOC in almost all aspects of life, work included. The Benefits of Diversity in the Workplace.

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Not Enough: Diversity and Inclusion and Why It’s Falling Short Right Now

Flimp Communications

Over the last decade, there have been a flurry of HR initiatives to increase diversity and inclusion. The response, in a lot of cases, was for HR to organize training and seminars around diversity and inclusion. Some companies went further with their efforts to increase diversity in hiring and among management teams and the C-suite. For many employees, recognition and diversity and inclusion programs are ringing hollow.

Diversity in the Workplace - Benefits, Challenges, and Profitability (Infographic included)

Hubert

First thing's first: What is diversity in the workplace? ? When John F Kennedy in 1961 signed what was to be known as the "Affirmative Action", he laid down a foundation that would encourage companies to build a more diverse workforce. The order declared that employers were no longer allowed to discriminate applicants based on their creed, racial and ethnic characteristics, skin color, cultural belonging or origin. Why Is Diversity In The Workplace Important?

A List of Minority Groups [by %]

Ongig

Many companies are focusing on minority groups as a part of their diversity initiatives. population [if we could find it] using census data. But, they have been targets of bias and discrimination for many years. . Diversity Goals for Underrepresented Groups.

Helping Managers Understand and Address Stress

DecisionWise

What Survey Data Tells Us About Stress in Your Organization. They could also be psychological threats, such as harassment, fear of retribution, or discrimination. Address harassment and discrimination?issues?quickly feel they have equal?opportunities In comparison,?Chinese

How Gender Pay Gap Affects Your Business

Vantage Circle

Every woman needs to know when she's being discriminated against and what the reasons are why she isn't getting equal pay so we can close that pay gap. In an era when gender inequality in the workplace is in the limelight, the gender pay gap is an equally relevant topic.

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

Ongig

A few other notes: This is organic (not total) traffic — We’re using ahref’s measurement of organic traffic because we find it to be the best apples-to-apples comparison of traffic to HR blog pages. What Are the Benefits of Diversity in the Workplace? Diversity.

Pay Fairly All Year Long

Compensation Today

Mykkah Herner, MA, CCP, Modern Compensation Evangelist, PayScale Now that we’re heading into May and Equal Pay Day is behind us, it is crucial to remember that the most important parts of our compensation efforts are our people, having engaging and transparent conversations, accomplishing what we set out to do, and ultimately, paying fairly. Diverse teams lead to better business results.