Diversity & Inclusion

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    Netflix addresses content that runs counter to employees' personal values

    The company cautioned applicants that if they did not wish to work on productions they perceived to be harmful, "Netflix may not be the best place for you."

    By May 19, 2022
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    The Stop WOKE Act may put a 'strategic pause' on DEI efforts

    If the controversial legislation goes into effect as written, it will dampen and in some instances end employer efforts to foster growth.

    By May 17, 2022
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    A deep dive into diversity and inclusion

    Staying thoughtful and engaged regarding DEI topics — as well as listening to employees — can help employers meet goals and retain people.

    By HR Dive staff
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    Birthday party panic: On managing anxiety in the workplace

    In a story that went viral, an employer recently learned an expensive lesson after allegedly ignoring a worker's anxiety disorder.

    By May 16, 2022
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    5 ways employers can deliver diabetes- and obesity-related care without stigma

    BIPOC workers experience obesity and diabetes in disproportionate numbers, the Northeast Business Group on Health noted, making benefits related to those conditions a D&I issue.

    By May 12, 2022
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    Accenture, Mastercard top employer diversity list

    DiversityInc's focus on leadership accountability highlights a growing trend in D&I.

    By May 11, 2022
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    LinkedIn's $1.8M agreement with DOL settles charges of gender pay bias

    After accounting for legitimate factors, a routine investigation by the OFCCP determined that the women were paid at a "statistically significant lower rate" than their male counterparts. LinkedIn disagreed.

    By Laurel Kalser • May 11, 2022
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    The pandemic hit workers with disabilities hard. Could apprenticeships help?

    A two-year pilot program in Orange County, California, aims to be an example for employers.

    By May 10, 2022
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    What's holding women back from C-suite roles in tech?

    Societal trends worked against women in tech, as they disproportionately left the workplace, one executive said.

    By Barbara DeLollis • May 9, 2022
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    Appointment of women to Fortune 500 boards hits record high

    Boards have made strides toward greater diversity but still do not sufficiently represent some racial and ethnic groups, Heidrick & Struggles said.

    By Jim Tyson • May 6, 2022
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    Despite hurry to hire, employers overlook workers with resume gaps

    Caregivers, older workers, workers with disabilities and workers with criminal backgrounds each bring unique skills but face barriers to opportunity.

    By May 4, 2022
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    How one employer is helping caregivers, 2 years into the pandemic

    Traliant VP of HR Maggie Smith uses employee surveys to build scalable solutions for parents and other caregivers.

    By May 3, 2022
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    How employers can set up immigrant and refugee hires for success

    ESL classes and mentorship programs with bilingual workers can help immigrant workers find their footing.

    By May 3, 2022
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    Using HR technology to develop a sense of belonging

    A culture of belonging not only contributes to employee wellbeing, but is a key factor in attracting and retaining talent

    May 2, 2022
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    PepsiCo joins the wave of corporate returnships

    "This is a unique set of people, primarily women, that aren't lacking in talent or drive," PepsiCo’s Heather Hoytink told HR Dive. "They just haven’t been given the opportunity to show up again and contribute."

    By April 28, 2022
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    Hiring autistic workers? Here's how to show up for them

    Zoe Gross, a lead at the Autism Self-Advocacy Network, spoke to HR Dive about top-to-bottom accommodations for autistic folks.

    By April 27, 2022
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    Progress on academic pay equity between genders stalls, report finds

    The gap between male and female professors' pay has barely moved since 2010–11, according to the American Association of University Professors.

    By Laura Spitalniak • April 22, 2022
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    Diversity hiring gains speed in accounting, CPA org says

    Companies hiring for jobs in accounting and finance increasingly value recent graduates with technological skills, the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants said.

    By Jim Tyson • April 22, 2022
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    How employers can support trans employees through policies, benefits

    "What we do next has to add up to more than pronouns in an email signature," writes Katrina Kibben, founder and CEO of Three Ears Media.

    By Katrina Kibben • April 22, 2022
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    5 steps to create a more accessible workplace

    "An accessible workplace doesn’t magically happen," writes Tauhidah Shakir, chief diversity officer at Paylocity, but it's earned by listening to employees and taking action.

    By Tauhidah Shakir • April 20, 2022
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    Property investor CBL joins CEO D&I coalition 2,000 members strong

    Organizations have made strides in placing D&I at the forefront of executives' agendas. But recent research shows there is still much work to be done.

    By April 19, 2022
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    Healthcare worker training org aims to root out bias in care

    The heightened racial unrest of 2020 revealed unmet needs and windows of opportunity to challenge structural racism.

    By April 19, 2022
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    Women shoulder office housework, pay gap, survey shows

    Almost half of women surveyed said they feel underpaid compared to male co-workers.

    By April 19, 2022
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    EEO-1's nonbinary reporting gap puts HR in 'a very uncomfortable situation'

    Cassie Whitlock, the HR lead at BambooHR, talks compliance and how the EEOC makes trans inclusion difficult.

    By April 18, 2022
  • Microsoft spotlights neurodiversity in accessible hiring initiative

    Interview prep is rolled into candidate screening with Microsoft's neurodiversity career connector.

    By April 13, 2022
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    'Just be human': Jamba Juice ex-CEO on HR and anti-racism

    Authors Krista and James D. White, a father-daughter duo, spoke about HR's role in DEI. "This is work that the CEO cannot delegate," said James.

    By April 12, 2022