After taking the role temporarily, Jackie Glenn now says, “I cannot see myself doing anything else” other than serving as chief diversity officer.
DiversityInc Top 50 companies remain ahead of the Fortune 500 when it comes to having members of underrepresented groups as CEOs.
The National Organization on Disability has extended the deadline for the Disability Employment Tracker, which is a key component of The DiversityInc Top 10 Companies for People With Disability list.
Getting an early start on mentoring by connecting with college students has created a vast pipeline of diverse talent at EY.
The way in which situations like this are handled signals to other high-potentials in the organization how they will be treated when the news cycle shifts to their respective groups.
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The average rating of DiversityInc Top 50 companies exceeds 98 (out of 100) in the HRC’s annual report on LGBT equality in corporate America.
Michelle Lee, who had been the company’s Northeast community banking chief, is a prime example of successful talent development at Wells Fargo.
Imagine if NBA scouts had never looked at Michael Jordan. In this exclusive, Rev. Jesse Jackson says Silicon Valley executives are making a big mistake by not including the entire talent pool.
Uniting people is important for politics, just ask Bonnie Watson Coleman, the New Jersey assemblywoman running to be the first Black woman to represent the Garden State in the House of Representatives. But it's also important for business, and her insights are very informative for diversity practitioners.
DiversityInc’s 2014 Culturally Competent Healthcare event took place at the Marriott Marquis in New York City. Leaders from major hospital systems and companies such as Mayo Clinic, Mount Sinai Health System, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation, CVS Health and Merck & Co. discussed strategies for engaging patients, employees and communities and share best practice for hiring and …
CEOs from Accenture, Wyndham, Sodexo, EY, Novartis, MasterCard and Merck share what makes their companies so special as they accept awards at a DiversityInc event in New York City.
Merck & Co.’s Willie Deese, Executive Vice President and President, Merck Manufacturing Division, told DiversityInc’s audience about leadership’s support for D&I and the Employee Business Resource Groups alignment with corporate business goals.
MasterCard President and CEO Ajay Banga shared his ability to connect with employees of all levels – and the company’s collaborative atmosphere – at DiversityInc’s event.
The 2014 DiversityInc Special Awards Dinner took place at the Marriott Marquis in New York City. Guests saw CEOs and senior executives from Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation, Sodexo, EY, MasterCard Worldwide, Accenture, Merck & Co. and Wyndham Worldwide accept awards for their company’s unique achievements in diversity management. Here are photos from the 2014 DiversityInc Special …
NPC President Christi Shaw told DiversityInc’s audience of the sustained leadership commitment and hard work, especially by Chief Diversity Officer Rhonda Crichlow, that helped the company become No. 1 on The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list.
Stephen Howe, Americas and U.S. Firm Managing Partner, told DiversityInc’s audience why co-chairing the Diversity Council is important to him personally – and to the firm’s success.