When we speak about diversity, we often speak about one type: racial diversity. We are constantly challenged to embrace those who look different than we do, and create environments in which people of all races can harmoniously coexist. But what about cultural diversity?

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A new job board, WeHireAmerica.jobs, has been set up to help fill more than a quarter of a million existing jobs.

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The Colorado Department of Health and Environment has recently launched a campaign and website to reduce unintended pregnancy, STD rates, and raise awareness on sexual health.

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When one considers diversity, one often thinks of race, gender, sexual orientation, and income level. But there is a new and growing segment of the workforce that has unique needs that need to be addressed and considered. Due to a number of factors and principally the great recession, the era of retirement at sixty-five may have ended.

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The Colorado Department of Health and Environment has recently launched a campaign and website to reduce unintended pregnancy, STD rates, and raise awareness on sexual health. The campaign is focusing on heterosexual and homosexual young adults. It also provides information and ads in both Spanish and English, a strategy to appeal to the more than 1 million Hispanics living in the state.

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A stratified corporate culture requires a certain amount of care in order to maintain itself. One of the means by which cultures are maintained is through the proliferation of controlling stories. These stories provide the broad parameters of both the dominant and subjugated groups.

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Tangled in Red Tape

PDJ April 4, 2013 0

Very often we entrench ourselves in the various regulations only to forget the intrinsic need of the human on the other side of the table. You are right. I am wrong. Who really cares? Sometimes conflict is not as simple as someone being right or wrong.

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Innovation precedes best practices. Each approach must be tested, when mistakes are made and lessons are learned, before business strategies and tactics can be rightly identified as ‘best practice’, or ‘best in class’. In other words, there has to be a wealth of practicing before the best comes to the fore. That’s where we’re stand in 2013 with innovation for white male inclusion.

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A new University of Missouri study shows that lower-income areas had more parks but fewer amenities. The lack of amenities like playgrounds has direct impact on issues like obesity and community involvement.

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Chances are we behave rather hostilely at work if there is too much pressure—and we are probably not very solutions-minded. It is very likely that our focus narrows down, and that “inclusive behaviors” becomes an estranged theory. The fact is we need to slow down at times and have time to recharge our batteries.

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