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Archived: Talent Development: Diversity-Strategies Event

Register Here!|See Who’s Attending Agenda: Talent Development: Diversity-Strategies Event & Special Awards Dinner 89 a.m. Breakfast and Networking 99:15 a.m. Opening Remarks, Luke Visconti, CEO, DiversityInc 9:159:45 a.m. Creating an Inclusive Workplace Presenter: Carlos Rodriguez, President and CEO, ADP, in a Q&A with Luke Visconti 9:4510:15 a.m. The Business Case…

Archived: Study: Kids of Same-Gender Couples Are Healthier

By Chris Hoenig Kids raised by gay parents are in better overall health and score higher in measures of family cohesion than other children, throwing ice water on the theory that having same-gender parents is harmful to kids. The study, billed as the largest of its kind, failed to find…

Archived: Diversity Leadership: Muhtar Kent,The Coca-Cola Company

Muhtar Kent Chairman and CEO The Coca-Cola Company The son of a Turkish diplomat, Muhtar Kent grew up traveling the world. A lifetime of international experiences has made him recognize that diversity is one of The Coca-Cola Company’s greatest assets. “The real power of diversity is in the incredible synergies…

Archived: What Are the Benefits of Being in the DiversityInc Top 50

By Luke Visconti and Barbara Frankel What differentiates The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity from other diversity rankings is its rigorous, empirically driven methodology and its credibility with corporate America. The survey, now in its 14th year, is entirely based on factual information submitted by participants in the four…

Archived: June Legal Roundup: Another Misstep for Abercrombie

Here’s the latest on some discrimination cases that have gone before the courts: National Origin and Religion | Disability | Age | Sex NATIONAL ORIGIN AND RELIGION DISCRIMINATION Clothing company should allow hijab. Abercrombie & Fitch denied a job to a Muslim teenage applicant because she wore her hijab head…

Archived: Interracial Couple in Cheerios Ad Spurs Racist Rants

By Chris Hoenig A television ad for the iconic breakfast brand Cheerios featuring an interracial couple and their biracial daughter sparked an ugly rash of racist and insensitive comments. The video touting Cheerios’ heart-healthy qualities and the brand’s place at the wholesome American breakfast table, which aired and was posted…