A new report highlights critical factors affecting the future of work, while demonstrating how an improved workplace experience leads to better employee engagement and company performance.
Saying that your organization welcomes diverse candidates is easy. But actually promoting diversity and inclusion requires effort, and attention to detail.
A new site, OutBüro, aims to fill the void in the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer working and professional community by offering a Glassdoor-like service where LGBTQ employees can rate their employers.
Last month, Catalyst, a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding opportunities for women and business, honored recipients of the 2018 Catalyst Award at its annual awards conference and dinner in New York City.
Companies often promote diversity and inclusion, to attract diverse job candidates and build a diverse workforce. But how successful are these efforts?
President Trump has said that “African American unemployment stands at the lowest rate ever recorded.”
Instead of differentiating between maternity leave and leave for new fathers, some companies are implementing gender-blind time off for new parents.
New research has identified 40 workplace factors that create a culture of equality, including 14 factors that matter most.
As America’s information technology industry strives to build a more gender and racially diverse workforce, a new report from the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA), one of the IT industry’s top trade associations, finds contradictory viewpoints on the current state and future goals for workplace diversity.
Research shows companies plan to spend more on diversity and inclusion programs this year, in an effort to attract job candidates.