In anticipation of the United Nations’ World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, Level 3 Communications is hosting its own celebration
CulturalTrainingPassport now features country-specific cultural insights and content relevant to LGBT employees.
Some advice on helping to create a better company culture for the LGBT workers.
It sends a powerful signal to an entire generation that the company cares about doing what’s right.
To further its deep commitment to sustaining a diverse and inclusive culture, TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank®, has named Kelley Cornish Head of U.S. Diversity and Inclusion.
Under pressure from harassment and sexism allegations, the ride-hailing giant is rethinking its approach to hiring.
Stan Kimer, President of Total Engagement Consulting by Kimer, and Darren Noy, CEO of Kannetic, today launch a new cloud-based application to assist businesses and organizations to better plan and execute their LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) diversity initiatives.
Virtually all diversity suppliers meet or exceed expectations, and top corporate performers in supplier diversity experience no loss in efficiency, according to new research from The Hackett Group, Inc. In addition, they see improved quality and often extract other benefits, including increased market share and access to new revenue opportunities. The research challenges the attitude of many business leaders, who worry that dedicating resources to supplier diversity will divert attention from other strategic activities.
The World Bank's LGBT advocates have worked hard to push forward fair diversity policies. Here's what they learned along the way.
The 1:30 commercial is shot in black and white and stars LeBron James, Serena Williams, Kevin Durant, Victor Cruz, Gabby Douglas, Megan Rapinoe, and hurdler Dalilah Muhammad.
The commercial, which lasts one-minute and 30 seconds and is shot entirely in black and white, features LeBron James, Serena Williams, Kevin Durant, Victor Cruz, Gabby Douglas, soccer star and LGBT activist Megan Rapinoe, and Olympic hurdler Dalilah Muhammad.
IBM unveiled a new logo Friday that incorporates the rainbow pride flag as a show of solidarity with the LGBT community.
Matt Skallerud's insight:
After reviewing over 1,300 adverts from over 40 different brands the results were startling. Less than 20% of the people featured in advertisements included people from minority groups.