Leadership accountability, diversity, inclusion, and equity were among the topics in an intriguing conversation between DiversityInc CEO Carolynn Johnson and Bernard J. Tyson, Chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente, during the fourth annual Total Health…
Steve Howe, EY’s U.S. Chairman and Americas Managing Partner, shared his thoughts on the election with the firm’s 60,000 U.S. employees, including holding a private webcast at 9 a.m. the morning after the election.
US Chairman and Senior Partner Tim Ryan discusses PwC’s “Blindspots” training designed to identify and address unconscious biases.
This is the first in a series of articles focusing on the most critical components of effective executive diversity councils. The series will culminate with best practices, feedback and insights from companies with the most effective diversity councils.
The board diversity questions in PwC’s annual survey reveal differences of opinion between male and female directors as investors seek to increase diversity.
PwC’s new U.S. chairman launched company-wide discussion on race, buoyed by his desire to comfort employees and in the process bolster engagement, recruitment.
Sodexo chief diversity officer sees nation’s recent tragedies as a time to reaffirm diversity commitment.
After Dallas shootings and the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, EY’s U.S. Chairman sends moving internal email about intolerance to employees.
Top 25 Cities for Women Entrepreneurs list, released by Dell, is a great resource for organizations looking for diverse suppliers around the globe.
EY’s mentoring program for underserved high school students promotes societal good, but also ends up boosting employee engagement, productivity and retention.
The most diverse companies in the country give diversity leaders a direct line to the corner office.
Employers take a stand against biased laws to bolster recruitment and retention of top talent, especially among younger employees.
Sodexo proves gender balance is a boon for everything from employee engagement to the bottom line.