Tag: Workforce

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The Wharton School, Moody’s and DiversityInc Release New Workplace Culture DEI Study

The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, with support from DiversityInc and Moody’s Corporation (No. 35 on The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list in 2021), today published a new study, “Improving Workplace Culture Through Evidence-Based Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Practices,” examining the relationship between diversity, equity and…

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US Space Force Fires Senior Officer Who Publicly Attacked Military Diversity and Inclusion Training

A senior officer with the U.S. Space Force has been relieved of duty after making a series of controversial comments attacking military diversity and inclusion efforts on a conservative podcast.  Eleanor Watson of CBS News has reported that “Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Lohmeier, who was promoting his new book Irresistible Revolution…

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Disney Theme Parks Announce New Diversity and Inclusion Efforts for Workers

Following long-term COVID-19-related closures, Florida’s Walt Disney World Resort has opened back up for business and California’s Disneyland is slated to reopen on April 30th. The family-friendly company also took some time away from celebrating its big news to announce some inclusive and diversity-promoting efforts it had implemented during the…

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Experts Warn of Burnout Within Corporate Diversity Workforce, One Year Into New Social Justice Era

Following the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and countless others — and the increasing importance of the Black Lives Matter Movement — the push for increased diversity and inclusion in corporate America has grown like never before. But now, one year into this new era of social justice, some…

Kaiser Permanente Takes Workforce Health to Heart

Originally Published by Kaiser Permanente The American Heart Association recognizes Kaiser Permanente’s actions to support employee health and well-being. When Don Nishita, a Kaiser Permanente employee and a Total Health Champion in the IT department decided to foster a healthier work environment for himself and his team, he turned to…

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For the First Time More College-Educated Women Are in the Workforce Than College-Educated Men

For the first time in history, there are more college-educated women in the workforce than college-educated men, according to the Pew Research Center. According to the data, it’s a combination of more women deciding to go to college and fewer men deciding to attend higher education institutions. “It’s a crazy…