Reskilling to Help Women of Color

While many women have earned positions of leadership in the American workforce, women of color continue to lag behind. The fact remains that despite national conversations about diversity ...

Diversity and Cultural Inclusion In Nursing

Amidst the Black Lives Matter movement, healthcare organizations are finding it necessary to address something we had silently thought we had already addressed — treating all patients ...

Diversity in the Recruitment Process: 7 Ways It Can Help Your Company’s Bottom Line

According to a Glassdoor survey, 67% of job seekers lay importance on diversity in the workplace while considering job offers. But what does diversity in the workplace mean? A company ...

Why Every Company Should Put a Woman on its Board

The next time you’re in the board room, look around. If the only people you see around you are men, you’re likely putting your company’s future at a distinct disadvantage. That’s ...

How Diversity & Inclusion Training Can Help Prevent Discrimination and Harassment

In the #MeToo era, organizations are realizing the interrelationship between preventing discrimination and harassment, unconscious bias and fostering a diverse and inclusive culture. ...

Successfully Integrating International Nurses into Your Staff

Diversity in staffing is known to produce higher quality work and increase productivity, overall. More important, diversity makes your recruitment and retention efforts easier, according ...

Why Companies Should Seek Neurodiverse Talent

Businesses are always looking for ways to strengthen and diversify their workforce. When people think about diversity, their minds often jump to gender and race as key diversity factors, ...

Roll the DICE: Achieving diversity, inclusion and community engagement in the workplace

With so much negativity in the news, sometimes it’s easy to forget why diversity, inclusion and community engagement (DICE) are good things that matter and will always win over discrimination, ...

Chipping Away, Until That Glass Ceiling Is Gone

I was recently asked why we hold a special event for women in our conferences. On the eve of publishing our third list honoring women in staffing, I thought it would be good time to ...

US must adopt a multicultural workforce

The labor force is projected to reach more than 164 million people by 2020, and the US will no longer have any single ethnic or racial majority by 2065. According to a 2015 report by ...

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