How does the level of engagement increase when employees are members of employee-resource groups? At a DiversityInc roundtable, Aetna's Raymond Arroyo, chief diversity officer, shared how a study at Aetna showed that employees who are members of ERGs are "double-digit" more engaged than their coworkers who aren't ERG members.
In this edition of "Ask the White Guy," DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti addresses a reader's inquiry about how to foster successful diversity management.
PRIDE, American Express's LGBT employee-resource group, was instrumental in establishing domestic-partner benefits for the company. Read how the group's leader works with the 800-plus members of the ERG to enhance recruitment and retention for the company.
Thinking of starting a faith-based employee-resource group? Here are best practices.
A reader wants to know if younger employees, who are increasingly multicultural, will still find employee-resource groups useful. The White Guy explains why they are inclusive and very valuable to both companies and workers.