When companies begin to view white men as part of the solution rather than as part of the problem, the results can be dramatic indeed.

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There are several lessons that come with understanding global diversity

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A decade ago, when chief diversity officers were nearly unknown, it was a breakthrough to invest in diversity as a C-level priority. Today, about 60 percent of Fortune 500 companies have a CDO or similar executive.

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Train! specializes in skills development training and coaching negotiation techniques to Spanish speakers at many of the leading companies across the U.S. and Mexico. Rafael González Montes de Oca, the company’s founder and CEO, presents workshops at companies to provide the Spanish-speaking employees with knowledge that will allow them to improve their professional development, both in management abilities and in relation with others.

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Some of our top companies share their strategies and ideas for programs and training regarding workers with disabilities.

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Whether you are interviewing a person with a disability for a job or meeting them for the first time at a party, here are some simple tips that will put you both at ease.

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The Hierarchy of Inequity

PDJ September 17, 2011 0

The Equity Continuum© was first introduced in the book Diversity at Work: The Business Case for Equity over a decade ago. Since that time this simple measurement tool has evolved into an industry-recognized methodology to allow organizations to rate their approach to diversity, inclusion and human equity using a single yardstick.

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All of us in the Air Force Academy Band take pride in our mission as ambassadors for the Air Force. We deliver the Air Force message through the emotional impact of music.

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by Wally Wozniak Executive Director of Support Services; Director of the Food & Nutrition Services Sparrow Hospital Wally Wozniak has been instrumental in fostering a diverse and inclusive work environment. He has always tried to develop his workforce, and to promote from within. For example, he encouraged a minority... Read more
Diversity and Inclusion Training Does Change Attitudes
by Torrie Dunlap, CPLP Children with disabilities face many challenges in our world. Having access to the typical activities of childhood should not be one of them. Today, 20 years after President George H.W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) into law, the most sweeping disability rights... Read more