Maria Arias, Vice President, Diversity & Inclusion at Comcast Corporation, talks about getting involved in an employee resource group. “If you get involved in an ERG and get exposure, you never know where that next contact, connection, project or even potential career opportunity can be.”
Employee Resource Groups
AT&T, Dell and Toyota Motor North America discuss how they utilize their resource groups for workforce skills transformation, increasing employee engagement and productivity and recruitment.
Sodexo chief diversity officer sees nation’s recent tragedies as a time to reaffirm diversity commitment.
Experts share four best practices for creating successful mentoring matches.
Bayer executive takes a different D&I approach in the United States.
Companies topping DiversityInc’s Top 50 List focus on solutions, taking on a need for more accountability and cultural competence.
A strong commitment from the corner office, a focus on employee resource groups and a total embrace of analyzing metrics to gauge diversity and inclusion success are the hallmarks of many of the Top 10 most diverse companies in the country.
In countries where homophobia is still a major issue, pressure can come from a host of places to keep personal lives under wraps.
One case involving a high-profile international job brought pressure from the Vatican.
Two federal lawsuits could lead to far-reaching legal protections for LGBT employees who face discrimination in the workplace.
We talk a lot about the benefits of employee-resource groups for careers, onboarding, socialization and retention. But these groups, known as ERGs, can also benefit an employer’s business and, potentially, society at large.
VIDEO: PwC tax partner Brad Hopton shares how the firm created the Special Needs Caregiver Circle to provide support to its disabled employees and those taking care of family members, which grew from 10 to 200+ members.
MassMutual’s Latino employee resource group —Association of Latinos at MassMutual and Allies—has been recognized on its first attempt as one of 2015’s Top 25 U.S. ERGs and Diversity Councils by the Association of ERGs & Councils, a Prism International, Inc. partner company
The protests against racial injustice are on everyone’s minds. How can your ERGs and D&I staff help bridge polarizing opinions and create open and healthy discussions?
Merck & Co.’s Willie Deese, Executive Vice President and President, Merck Manufacturing Division, told DiversityInc’s audience about leadership’s support for D&I and the Employee Business Resource Groups alignment with corporate business goals.
Nearly 1,700 employees gathered at the company’s Dallas headquarters for two days in September to hear from leaders and participate in workshops.