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The Olympian faced unwarranted scrutiny by the public, which is a reflection of greater societal issues.
Former classmates, club patrons say Omar Mateen led a secret life and used a gay dating app.
An analysis finds the pay is not equal, and the staff is not diverse.
According to a report by the American Association of University Women progress has stalled in recent years.
Before you make that “harmless” little comment to the woman in the next office, take a look at things women leaders tell us are absolute no-no’s in the workplace.
The International Olympic Committee released new guidelines to make Olympics more inclusive.
Target and Disney lead the way; Party City clings to the past.
A recent study explores race and gender bias experienced by Latina, Black and Asian female scientists.
What are the legal ramifications when a female employee is told she is not attractive by a male supervisor?
What did the courts say after a town ignored an employee's harassment complaints against a coworker until the victim had already quit her job?
Heidi Alderman says she seen a significant change in the number of women entering STEM fields, which she says makes the pool of candidates deeper and stronger.
A food distributor settles for $200,000 after a federal agency concludes that it discriminated against women.
Diversity and inclusion lacking? How can a company know if the corporate culture has given discrimination claims more of a chance legally?
Adding Condoleezza Rice to its men-only roster does little to reverse the golf club’s history of sex discrimination.
Talent development helped Michelle Lee rise to a regional vice-president position at Wells Fargo. What can your company learn from her extraordinary story?
Current events and research confirm the need for Women's History awareness and continued efforts for women's rights.
You’ll need a different mindset to compete and win the war for top global talent.
Against the odds, Beth Mooney became the first female CEO of a top 20 U.S. bank and is carrying on the culture of inclusion at KeyCorp.
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.
In a follow-up to my column “Can a White Man Speak With Authority on Diversity?”, a reader asks a critical question.
New research shows only minimal gains in this industry in gender and racial diversity.
DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti's column on the Walmart decision.