Diversity

7 Ways to Make your Workplace More LGBTQ+ Inclusive

Whilst LGBTQ+ rights and equality should be always a consideration for everyone, every June ‘Pride Month’ helps shine a light on the discrimination the LGBTQ+ community face both in society and in the workplace, and this year is no exception. Diversity, equality, and inclusivity are all hot topics across businesses the world over and while

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How Can You Attract Diverse Candidates?

Having a diverse workforce is a no brainer. It’s common knowledge that diverse teams drive innovation, creativity, are better at finding solutions to problems, and ultimately improve your company’s bottom line. Having people in your teams from a range of background and experiences creates a melting pot of ideas giving you a competitive advantage and

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Sustaining And Strengthening Inclusion In Our New Remote Environment

Thoughtful action now can help teams build new habits, strengthen connections, and encourage the growth of inclusive cultures that will better realize the full potential of all employees. Working from home has become commonplace globally. The dramatic workplace changes introduced in response to COVID-19 have provided organisations the opportunity to reset team dynamics. This major

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Millennials Earn 20% Less Than Baby Boomers Did – Despite Being Better Educated

Millennials are facing a shortfall compared to other generations when it comes to their paychecks. Overall, millennials earn 20% less than baby boomers did at the same stage of life, according to “The Emerging Millennial Wealth Gap,” a recent report from the nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank New America. Specifically, median earnings for those 18 to 34 are

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Are Companies About to Have a Gen X Retention Problem?

Generation X, represented by cultural icons such as Molly Ringwald, Kurt Cobain, and Alanis Morissette, was long ago written off as the “slacker generation” — apathetic, cynical, and antiestablishment. Like other generations before them, most Gen Xers have adopted a stronger affiliation for stability and tradition as they’ve aged and had children. But their unambitious

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