At the DiversityInc 2019 Top 50 Companies for Diversity event in New York City on May 7, 2019, DiversityInc CEO Carolynn Johnson led a panel discussion on how to retain women of color by engaging and…
Talent Development & Mentoring
DiversityInc’s case studies on building a diverse talent pipeline, based on Top 50 data, show best practices in diversity recruitment, mentoring & development.
In our second installment of White Women Who are Intentional Allies to Women of Color, Karyn Twaronite (Partner, EY Global and Americas Diversity & Inclusiveness Officer; Member of Executive Committee, Ernst & Young LLP) shared…
Sodexo top leader saw her career flourish after being tapped to head up women’s diversity effort.
Success hinges on whether mentoring relationships are meaningful and bolster employee ambitions, skills and the company’s bottom line.
A strong mentoring program requires buy in from senior leadership, formal monitoring and opportunities for all employees at every level to participate.
Sodexo experts offer best practices on the nuts and bolts of setting up and tracking mentoring pairs
Video: Sodexo’s CDO talks about the company’s gender research and why they embarked on an internal study.
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.
How do employers help high-potential women deal with burnout and, in the process, bolster retention?
Diversity in Minutes is DiversityInc’s new video series tailored for busy professionals looking for best practice advice on a host of topics and issues, everything from unconscious bias to the metrics of mentoring.
Reality Check: Unconscious bias pervades everything from salary allocations to recruiting decisions.
EY’s mentoring program for underserved high school students promotes societal good, but also ends up boosting employee engagement, productivity and retention.
Companies that want to attract and retain women and minorities for technical positions need to focus on branding and unconscious bias.
Event for mentors and mentees includes a celebrity chef, a marching band and Red Rooster Harlem.
Companies who have a big-tent approach to promoting diversity can see less pushback from white managers.