When measuring the success of DE&I programs, it’s important to consider employees’ positions and salaries, but also whether they are being set up for success equal to others.
Solutions to help avoid the awkwardness and inefficiency that can arise from having some employees at home and others in the office, particularly when it comes to meetings and training.
Company-provided ergonomic in-home workstations for remote workers might be a motivation for employees to stick with your organization.
Organizations need to help women overcome the barriers to leadership that lie within them while also acknowledging and addressing the barriers that are not of their own making.
Many of us now understand and endorse the importance of respecting diversity in the other aspects of identity, but far fewer of us accept personal style that differs from what we are used to seeing for a person in a particular job role.
When employees get to know each other in a more informal setting, they grow more comfortable with each other, which should lead to more information sharing and better communication.
Honesty is the best policy, along with listening to and addressing issues quickly and fairly.
Roughly half of 1,000 American workers surveyed by Element Global don’t report issues to HR for fear of retaliation.
Thanks to the pandemic, we are in what many are calling “The Great Resignation” as employees are evaluating whether to stay with their current organizations or explore other options.
When it comes to technology, “improved” does not always mean better for end-users who are not information technology technicians.