How our most diverse communities can teach leaders the importance of embracing cross-cultural diversity and inclusion. By Kimberly Freeman California has been called many things, including an “experiment in social diversity.” If California is the experiment, then some may agree that Los Angeles serves as the laboratory within which... Read more
By Megan Bearce, LMFT More couples and families are challenged with handling long-distance work arrangements than ever before. Super commuters are people whose jobs are far enough away from home that they must live apart from their families for days, weeks, or even months at a time. It can... Read more
A Silicon Valley CEO On Mentoring and the Disappearing Glass Ceiling I’ve got a radical idea I’d like you to consider. Ready? Here goes: Women are never going to break the glass ceiling. Now, before you turn the page or click away, let me assure you that I know that... Read more
Good managers want to build high-performing teams—but it isn’t always clear how to do so. According to Catalyst’s new global report, Inclusive Leadership: The View From Six Countries, the answer is simple: Ensure that your employees feel included at work. The study, which contains the responses of 1,500 employees... Read more
Most organizations struggle with effectively measuring the effect of diversity on the bottom line. In some cases, the challenge is determining what measures will yield useful data. In others, it is more about the transformation of so many disparate bits of data into clear and actionable insight. Data drives... Read more
by Drs. Jamie Capuzza and Sandra R. Ekstrand, University of Mount Union The majority of our nation’s approximately 700,000 transgender citizens still are in limbo when it comes to employment security. According to the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), 33 states have no laws that bar workplace discrimination based on... Read more
How CVS Caremark CEO Larry Merlo Emphasizes Diversity from the Outside, In Larry J. Merlo has a few words he uses a lot lately. One of them is “innovation.” The other is “reinventing.” And the two, he explains, are closely aligned with CVS Caremark’s diversity management strategy. To understand how... Read more
As millions of Americans navigate the changing health care landscape, CVS Caremark is providing expert care, guidance, and support. One of the most prominent ways the company is doing so is through its annual Project Health wellness campaign. Project Health provides free health services to multicultural communities across the... Read more
CEO & Sales Guru Says the Right Culture Fosters Engagement, Loyalty & Productivity If you’re the CEO of a company, the realization that much of what you do can be copied by your competitors may be distressing, but veteran sales manager, consultant and business speaker Jack Daly says not... Read more
USC School of Social Work Offers a New Master’s Program with a Workplace Focus By Alanna Klapp The University of Southern California School of Social Work is offering master’s degree candidates a new area of concentration—Social Work and Business in a Global Society. Coursework can be completed online from... Read more