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After scaling back the Voting Rights Act of 1965 in 2013, the Supreme Court will now rule on the Fair Housing Act of 1968, which will affect future cases on housing discrimination.
Terrez Thompson has focused on fully integrating the brands' supplier diversity team across the supply chain of the entire operation.
Bharat Masrani tells Luke Visconti how diversity management helps TD Bank reach an increasingly diverse footprint, both in and outside the United States.
A visual look at the trouble spots in professional sports when it comes to dealing with the issues of diversity and inclusion.
Talent-development leaders from Pfizer, Wells Fargo, AT&T, Target, Ernst & Young, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Baxter International analyzed their mentoring best practices, training and metrics at DiversityInc’s recent event. In this slideshow, we reveal seven most of their most successful strategies for successful mentoring. After viewing these selected tips, subscribers to BestPractices.DiversityInc.com have full access to all …
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 is a historic piece of United States civil-rights law enacted to ensure that the right to participate in the Democratic process is not denied to eligible citizens on account of race or color. The law has been changed and amended over the years. Here are some key moments in time that …
Is your company culturally competent during the holidays? Ensure employees’ festivities don’t lead to discrimination lawsuits.
When allowing employees to celebrate the holidays with tasteful decorations and celebrations, how do organizations make sure that people are not offended?
Workplace diversity includes ALL employees. See how companies are showing white men what's in it for them.
Cultural competence in healthcare and diversity in succession planning are critical to the future of Kaiser Permanente, the next CEO, Bernard J. Tyson, told DiversityInc the day he was named to the position.
What are the prime challenges facing global businesses today that hinder inclusion efforts? What best practices are being implemented globally, and what can you learn from other companies? See what our exclusive research in 17 countries finds.
Cultural competence is about more than embracing differences. Jon Campbell, executive vice president for Wells Fargo Bank’s social-responsibility group, discovers that genuine curiosity, mentoring and respect also play a vital role.
Diversity management at Sodexo centers on a special trust and open dialogue. What can you learn from this DiversityInc Top 50 company?
Are white men irrelevant to diversity? Here's my response.
Diversity training's purpose is to help people develop relationships to people who are not like them. So why should chief executives demand support for diversity training especially from those who may think it doesn't apply to them? The White Guy explains.
The White Guy says that President Obama's recent efforts to promote the civil rights of the LGBT community may have been influenced by the clear and passionate testimonies of Admiral Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, about gay and lesbian service members.
The White Guy explains that corporations will always need diversity departments. Why? To continually encourage innovation and growth.
Diversity management is about democratizing the mentoring, cultivation, talent development and support that were once exclusively received by white, heterosexual, Christian men with no ADA-defined disabilities. If you're not clear why diversity departments need a budget, here's a brief primer on exactly what the best diversity departments do.
A DiversityInc reader believes whites are the ones being discriminated against now--and that the only way to move forward is to "get over the color." The White Guy explains why these beliefs are proof of white privilege.
Question: See now, that's the problem: I always tell people, 'You're not "White"! You're: Irish, Italian, German, Polish, Scottish, Czech, Russian, etc., etc. -- something! So, please don't disrespect your ancestors and your heritage!' So, Mr. Visconti, what are YOU? I'd love to hear wonderful and fascinating things about your heritage. Let's all share!