[ad_1] During a panel discussion on ethnic diversity chaired by Maxine Goddard (pictured), senior vice president, strategic distribution & development at Sompo International, insurance professionals lent their insights into how employers can overcome the challenges preventing the creation of more inclusive workplace cultures. Exploring some of these concerns, Goddard noted that recruitment bias is a
[ad_1] The importance of curating a diverse and inclusive workforce is at the height of cultural awareness right now. However, there is still a great deal of work to be done. Worth’s first panel at our recent Women & Worth Summit featured two panelists committed to doing that work. Raeshem Nijhon, founder of Culture House,
[ad_1] More than 80 years after President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued an executive order that opened national defense jobs and other government jobs to all Americans regardless of race, creed, color or national origin, we are STILL talking about issues of diversity, equity and inclusion. But why? “I think it’s cultural development in the country,”
[ad_1] CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) – Critical Race Theory has come under fire as a touchstone for racial equality in recent months. Although it’s not taught in most schools, some historical race issues are taught in some schools. Raising the question of whether the history and civics taught in most schools are diverse or inclusive enough? “We really want
[ad_1] Many women are interested in entering the trades but hesitate over issues like the length of time for training and flexibility for childcare, a new survey shows. The survey, by the industry-backed Trade Careers campaign, found that 60 per cent of the 2254 women who responded were keen to enter a trade. Key concerns
[ad_1] BOSTON, Aug. 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The first year of employment is critical for LGBTQ+ employees, with the vast majority coming out then or likely not at all, according to a new survey and article by Boston Consulting Group (BCG). That conclusion has major implications for companies, as employees who feel comfortable sharing their identity
[ad_1] As the nation moves into a strong recovery mode, we know what will drive the new American economy and enhanced incomes, productivity, and inclusion in the workforce: education. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in dramatic advances in online learning and has demonstrated the value of technology, well delivered in all kinds of educational settings.