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Target came under fire from anti-LGBT groups after supporting same-gender marriage in a legal brief. The retailer isn’t keeping quiet on the criticism, though, and what it’s done is … well, you just have to see for yourself.
Diversity-management execs from Aetna, Kraft and CVS Caremark weigh in on the benefits they’ve gained from filling out the DiversityInc Top 50 survey.
CEOs from companies like Kraft, Kellogg, Ernst & Young, and more exemplify how listening skills and compassion at the top of your company drive diversity-management results.
DiversityInc reveals why these groups literally have earned a place at the table as a viable business resource—and how your company can benefit.
A discussion with Kraft Foods’ diversity leader reveals the mentoring, resource-group and global mobility strategies that yield top talent-development results.
Kraft Foods' Vice President of Diversity Jim Norman shares how resource groups can drive organizational change by identifying key issues and focusing on solutions. Watch DiversityInc's roundtable discussion here.
Which diversity metrics are most valuable—and how does accountability factor in? Find out in our diversity web seminar, featuring diversity experts from KPMG and Kraft Foods.
What are the top drivers of employee engagement?
Six companies with the best recruitment results reveal their best practices for recruiting Blacks, Latinos, Asians, LGBT people, people with disabilities, veterans and more.
Five strategies to get women to stay and flourish in high-pressure, high-mobility sales jobs.
Here's how Dell, JCPenney, Kraft Foods and Toyota leverage resource groups to increase profits and enhance talent pipelines.
Chief diversity officers at DiversityInc's last learning event gave specific advice and case studies of how their employee-resource groups directly increase engagement. What can you learn from them? Attend our March 2-3 event and learn how they increase ERG participation.