Two pinkies holding to represent company diversity, equity, and inclusion policies

Diversity, equity and inclusion are critical elements of organizational success and employee satisfaction. From gender, race and sexual orientation to neurodiversity, age and others, it’s important to find ways to make sure you create a diverse and inclusive workplace where everyone can contribute.

> Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is the future of work

A true corporate commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion goes way beyond hashtags and brown bag lunches. From hiring and management to product development and more, Diversity and Inclusion are more important than ever to organizational success. Read more

> Supporting your LGBTQ+ employees

To help create a more inclusive workplace culture, it’s important to educate yourself on how to be an effective ally to your LGBTQ+ employees and colleagues. Learn how to take concrete steps to make sure everyone on your team is empowered to contribute to company success. Read more

> What to do about unconscious gender bias

Gender bias continues to persist in the workplace and impacts the ability of women to contribute and grow professionally. Here are some examples of unconscious gender bias and what to do about them. Read more

> Women on the move–some encouraging statistics

Despite the challenges of gender bias, women nonetheless show progress in a number of important areas like education, earnings and career growth. See more details in this interesting infographic. View graphic

> Boomers and Millenials: How they can work together effectively

Employees from different generations–like Baby Boomers and Millennials–can have different work styles and problem-solving approaches. There are ways for these different groups to work together and deliver better results to everyone. Read more

> Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Series

Read our 3 part Interview with Jennifer Tardy, Career Success Coach and Certified Diversity Executive and Practitioner. In this series, she touches upon obstacles in the hiring system and how embedded biases can hinder your hiring process. Part 2 | Part 3