According to the 2010 U.S. Census, by mid-century, racial minorities (African Americans, Asians, Hispanics and Native Americans) will be the new majority. As the U.S. majority population shifts into the minority position, the approach of diversity and inclusion professionals needs to adjust accordingly.

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Diversity and inclusion are not just buzz words at American Express – they are business imperatives. By having a diverse and inclusive organization, we strengthen our competitive advantage which is critical to achieving our vision of becoming the world’s most respected service brand.

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Organizations that strive to maintain a competitive advantage by attracting and retaining top talent must foster a workplace where all employees can succeed.

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by Robert Powers Senior Vice President, Human Resources Textron Systems Corporation Recruiting and retaining the best talent is a business imperative setting up a tug-of-war in which companies target the same finite resources to fill key positions. This is particularly true in the defense industry, where Textron Systems is... Read more

Survey responses suggested four major areas on which organizations should focus to counter pessimism embedded in men’s pre-training attitudes toward D&I programs.

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Opting In

PDJ February 10, 2011 0

Understanding why women lawyers leave law firms in disporportionately high numbers, Lorelie Masters asks all to “opt in” to encourage a level playing field for all lawyers.

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