NEWS & RESEARCH
Joanne Wojcik | 08/05/2016
A branch of the comedy empire that helped shape American theater for nearly 50 years will use the power of improv to demonstrate the benefits of greater workplace diversity and inclusion during Business Insurance's Absolute Inclusion Leadership Conference in Chicago this September.
Joanne Wojcik | 08/05/2016
This year, millennials surpassed Gen Xers as the largest generation in the U.S. workforce, but not enough of these highly educated and tech-savvy individuals are seeking careers in risk management or commercial insurance.
Madeline Buckley and Amy Bartner | 07/29/2016
A panel of federal judges ruled last month that employers can refuse to hire or promote persons based on sexual orientation. Madeline Buckley and Amy Bartner from the IndyStar report on this ruling, which comes a year after the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage.
Eugene Scott and MJ Lee | 07/28/2016
In 2012 Sarah McBride made history as the first openly transgender person to work in the White House. Last month she made headlines as the first transgender person to speak at a national political convention. Eugene Scott and MJ Lee from CNN report on this historic event.
Jenna Ryberg | 07/27/2016
As companies create diversity programs and strategies, developing a system for measuring results is critically important. Jenny Ryberg, with idashboards, presents five ways companies can best assess the effectiveness of their diversity initiatives.
Diane Krieman | 07/26/2016
After years of experience in the field of Diversity and Inclusion, an exercise during a diversity training session led Diane Krieman to examine how her life as a white person is filled with opportunities and benefits not always accessible to others. Ms. Krieman shares her experience in this LinkedIn article.
Salvador Rodriguez | 07/22/2016
Two years ago, Facebook and Google publicly committed to creating more diverse workforces, but their 2016 diversity reports reveal no significant changes in staff. Inc.'s Salvador Rodriguez writes that a diversity of qualified people exists, but tech companies are doing very little to bring them on board.
Brittany Harris | 07/21/2016
Facebook was scrutinized last month after attributing its lack of diversity in staff to a dearth in minority talent. A selfie taken by Republican Capitol Hill interns went viral because of its glaring lack of diversity. In the Inclusion Solution, Brittany Harris writes that an organization's makeup speaks volumes about its commitment to diversity.
Regis Coccia | 07/15/2016
Religious beliefs expressed through spiritual observances and practices, garb and grooming are the most personal and visible signs of diversity in the workplace. Employers must reasonably accommodate these differences to prevent discrimination and ensure an inclusive environment. D&I Special Contributor Regis Coccia explores ways employers can manage religious differences in the workplace.
Antoinette Dean | 07/15/2016
In celebration of LGBT Pride month, QBE North America last month sponsored its inaugural Diversity & Inclusion Speaker Series, featuring retired U.S. Marine Staff Sergeant Eric Alva. By coming out in 2007 as gay, Mr.