Imagine you are a newly hired employee in an organization going about your normal day at work. You ask what you believe is a simple question to the wrong person, which turns out to be…
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During DiversityInc’s Top 50: Leadership Accountability event on Nov. 4, DiversityInc CEO Carolynn Johnson led a fireside chat with Keybank Chairman, CEO and President, Chris Gorman on the subject of talent readiness in the corporate…
Business-related experience helps New York Life’s new Chief Diversity Officer, Kathleen Navarro, understand the increasingly multicultural marketplace.
The NFL wants to reach women but its laxness with players who have committed domestic abuse is sending the wrong message.
“My main goal is to inspire our men and women and be very inclusive. I want everybody to know that diversity and inclusion are priorities for me.”
Cox’s COO is working to get more women on the operations side of the cable business, where their presence continues to be a rarity.
”One of the things that was always important was remaining visible, not only as an individual contributor but as a leader. No matter what opportunity came up, I was always raising my hand.”
Despite increasing recognition for the value women bring to corporate boards, U.S. companies continue a slow march toward gender diversity.
The national spotlight on Caitlyn Jenner’s gender identity shines a light on what companies should—and shouldn’t—do to help transitioning employees. Here are 10 tips from LGBT leaders and companies on our Top 10 Companies for LGBT Employees list.
Gail Mandel’s promotion to President and CEO of Wyndham Exchange & Rentals didn’t surprise her boss and mentor, Wyndham Worldwide CEO and Chairman Stephen Holmes.
Caryn Parlavecchio, Vice President and Head of Human Resources, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation, and U.S. Country Head of HR, discusses her company’s diversity efforts.
President Obama has an aggressive agenda with many diversity-related goals. But he lacks the support of senior leadership (Congress). What lessons can be learned from the corporate sector?
Saks Fifth Avenue’s Hypocrisy: ‘Gay-Friendly’ Company Claims Transgender People Don’t Have Civil Rights
Saks’ employee handbook includes protection for gender identity, but in its lawsuit Saks claims “employee handbooks are not contracts as a matter of law.”
Top 50 tech companies don’t have the same “pipeline” gaps Microsoft has. Here’s what they do.
The leader of the No. 1 company in the DiversityInc Top 50 discusses her company’s remarkable diversity journey and how D&I is critical to its success.