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Conscious Bias in the Workplace

We’re accustomed to hearing “bias” and immediately having a negative perception. While it can have a number of adverse effects, when bias is appropriately recognized and leveraged, it has the potential to open doors to a more potent leadership model and a more diverse, inclusive organization.   Conscious and Unconscious Bias  Bias comes in many […]

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Minority Directors Reach Higher Levels, But There’s Still More to Be Done

It’s a known disparity: the proportion of racial and ethnic minority groups represented on company boards is significantly lower than their proportions in the population as a whole. Although the latest data shows notable gains, there is still a wide gap to close – for some groups more than others.   According to new data

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Medical Inequity and the Black Community – And What HR Leaders Can Do to Help

Access to affordable, quality healthcare is a core aspect of workplace benefits packages and of wellbeing overall. As with many things in American life, however, race often factors into how accurate and high-quality that care truly is. For Black Americans, navigating the medical world can be a fraught experience, and companies need to be aware

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The Talent Attraction & Retention Trinity: Culture, Compensation, and Career

https://youtu.be/UPk1bwcNFgg What do you think is the most crucial factor in attracting and retaining top talent? Is it company culture, compensation, or career growth and development? As it turns out, it’s not an “either/or” situation, but more of a “yes, and.” A three-pronged approach built around culture, compensation, and career can give organizations an edge

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Can You Facilitate a DEI Initiative Without a Dedicated Department Head?

As more organizations realize the need for robust Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives, many ask, “How can we facilitate these conversations and changes when we don’t have the resources to create a department or hire a dedicated executive?” While DEI initiatives can certainly be handled without a full-time department head, the process will require

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