Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) have become a ubiquitous part of cultivating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workforce.
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One out of four women report stalling their careers or leaving the workforce due to the effects of COVID-19.
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If fostering diverse and inclusive spaces in the real world is important (which, it is), it’s just as important to build diverse, inclusive online communities. Today’s article will help give you a better sense of just how important diverse online communities are—as well as how you can intentionally build a more diverse, inclusive online community of your own.
We all understand the business benefits of cultivating a diverse workforce. But your diversity initiatives won't produce results if they don't facilitate fair and equal opportunities for underrepresented employees to move into leadership roles.
The many advantages of building a diverse team are well-documented, with benefits including increased innovation and creativity, happier employees, higher productivity, and more. Combine this long list of upsides with historically high shortages for talent, and more businesses than ever are doing everything they can to reach a diverse pool of candidates in their hiring efforts.
One in four women reports stalling their career or leaving the workforce due to the impact of COVID-19. Women have lost a net of 5.4 million jobs during the pandemic—nearly 1 million more than men.