When people think about workplace diversity, they tend to think first and foremost about racial and gender diversity. That’s understandable, as these are two critical elements of diversity. However, race and gender certainly don’t represent the only sources of workplace diversity. Age is also a key element of workplace diversity. Generational Diversity A workplace that is evenly split between men and women and broadly representative of the nation’s or the local community’s ra
Many companies have official workplace diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) policies and goals. However, often these goals are not tied to any concrete sticks or carrots, incentives, or penalties. This means that when DEI goals may conflict with other corporate initiatives (even when it’s simply a time conflict), DEI goals can be put on the back burner. Tech Company Makes Bold Move One tech company, however, has taken a bold step toward addressing those potential conflicts.
Office parties may seem like a distant relic of a pre-COVID world to some, but many businesses have returned to the office, at least in some fashion. Even some of those that remain fully remote are still having the occasional in-person get-together. Indeed, such events can be critical for maintaining some semblance of camaraderie and personal attachment among a mostly remote workforce. But employers could inadvertently do more harm than good to their team-building efforts if