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Don’t underestimate the power of culture, along with compensation and career development, in attracting top talent.

Hear from a true changemaker about the obstacles faced by Latino leaders – and the organizations dedicated to equity.

Not every company has the resources for a dedicated DEI department, but they can still make meaningful changes.

Blue Rock Search is committed to DEI in everything we do, and our MBE certification reflects our non-stop efforts.

LGBTQ+ employees face unique workplace challenges – learn how your organization can embrace effective allyship.

Working moms can be a great addition to any workplace, but they often face obstacles that need consideration.

Get the latest stats and insights on what it really means to be a woman in today’s workforce, and what’s on the horizon.

Get inspired by these stories of Black entrepreneurs throughout American history as we continue to strive for better inclusion.

In both the workforce and the consumer economy, the role of the Latinx community is more important than ever.

After years of upheaval, CHROs and diversity leaders are taking center stage as organizations plan for the future.

HR is on the front lines of determining where cultural changes need to be made to improve inclusion and eliminate bias.

Having the right leader in place can make a notable difference in the success of an organization’s DEI efforts.

Bias may be part of human nature and socialization, but it’s critical to be fully aware of how it can impact employee evaluations.

From big steps to small adjustments, here’s how you can make your organization a truly inclusive workplace.

Examine how DE&I is expanding to touch belonging and why this signals a change in both organizational culture and workforce expectations.

“Edu-tate” combines two powerful actions: “educate” and “agitate,” giving information and agitating for change enough to produce the desired change in behavior.

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.


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.

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.

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