Does your company suffer from “audism?” With adaptive technologies and basic accommodations, the workplace now has fewer barriers for Deaf employees. Is it time to lend them an ear?
It has been estimated that 75% of the workforce will be comprised of Millennials within the next 10 years. The first step, as an employer, is to determine how we can best prepare for this reality.
The unique qualities of an autistic mind can make for excellent employees. Here are three exciting programs you can access in different parts of our country.
As an equitable employer, you are obligated to provide a safe and non-discriminatory workplace, to both able and disabled employees.
Taking credit, doling out blame. It’s a bit of a juggling act. As a Manager, do you tend to hog the limelight when things run smoothly but point fingers as soon as the ball drops?
We all carry around some prejudice. Are you immune? Not likely. Here’s how to work through your human foibles to get the best candidate.
Immigrant talent can open up new global opportunities, and develop products that meet untapped needs.
If you’re an employer that is thinking of either starting – or improving an existing – co/op or internship program, consider the following tips.
We are faced with diversity every single time we have any interaction with any other person, regardless of where they come from. We have this misguided expectation that diversity is something that we can overcome.
Looking to unleash innovation in your company? Take a lesson from the Medicis, who understood the power of diversity.
Diversity offers the opportunity to learn about each others differences. What’s key is knowing how and when to ask questions.
What criteria do diversity candidates use to evaluate jobs? This Monster study says it’s about growth potential.
Knowing how to motivate a diverse staff can be a challenge. These three steps can guide your multicultural strategy.
Stereotypes are often so insidious they go unrecognized. Learn to get rid of any misperceptions that can hinder the hiring process.
Making assumptions based on a persons race is certainly no way to run a business. Here’s how to check your stereotypes and biases at the door.
Many companies struggle with managing a diverse global workforce, yet many polled in this Monster study lack diversity programs.