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A food distributor settles for $200,000 after a federal agency concludes that it discriminated against women.
The 113th Congress is the most diverse in history—and it’s not just about race and gender.
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?
Your company may be exempt from employment laws, but you can still get sued. Here’s what you need to know.
What can a person do if they're in a company where the in-crowd goes to a certain church?
See how this employee’s firing was justified, and read other cases on racial discrimination, religion, disability and FMLA.
How does religious inclusion fit into diversity management? Can it be represented/highlighted as a primary metric in an overall diversity assessment?
Diversity and inclusion cannot exclude anyone—especially LGBT people. Some prominent members of the Black church, led by the Rev. Jesse Jackson, are pushing for equality, but others still don’t get it.
Workplace diversity challenged by reverse discrimination? A shipping company lost a $1-million verdict after a manager only wanted to hire gay men. What can you learn?
Did diversity and inclusion in a corporate culture cause a reaction to this chin-chucking incident? Read this case and more in our legal update.
Lowe’s publicity nightmare continues after being the only major advertiser to pull its advertising from TLC’s “All-American Muslim” reality show.
Why is Islamophobia so prevalent in the United States? Islamic experts answer probing questions from DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti and explain how much misguided information reaches the general public.
Find out how the EEOC settled this race, national-origin and religious-discrimination case, and read how the courts ruled in other workplace-related lawsuits.
In this Ask the White Guy, Luke Visconti responds to one reader's fundamentally religious criticism of the recent presidential appointment of Amanda Simpson, who is transgender. See how his reaction emphasizes diversity and values.
We're reaching a crossroads in the way our country treats its LGBT citizens. The dominos are starting to fall.
What's the difference between proselytizing and religious expression? Who gets to decide how much religious expression is acceptable in the workplace? The White Guy addresses both questions in his latest blog entry.
Where do you draw the line between respecting religious beliefs and standing up for corporate values that demand equal treatment and respect of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people? The White Guy says there's no line to be drawn.
The White Guy responds to a reader's comment and clarifies some points made in his previous post, "Are Traditional Christian Values Part of Diversity?"
The White Guy responds to a reader's comment that DiversityInc has ignored traditional Christian views.
A controversial Ask the White Guy on religion in the workplace sparked a slew of responses from DiversityInc readers, one of whom asked how to respond to someone who says rejecting religious beliefs (such as Christian beliefs that trump the rights of LGBT people) is itself intolerant. The White Guy provides the answer: All civil and human rights are absolute.