In today’s post in the diversity & inclusion series here on ThemeKeeper Tuts+, we’ll delve into the important topic of unconscious bias. You’ll learn what unconscious bias is, why it’s important, and what you can do to overcome your own biases (and help your employees do the same).
As we’ve seen in this diversity and inclusion series on ThemeKeeper Tuts+, there are many powerful benefits of diversity in the workplace. But actually creating a diverse, inclusive business is easier said than done.
In this tutorial series on diversity in the workplace, we’ve looked at some important best practices for everything from recruitment to effective diversity training.
What went wrong? Diversity and inclusion training was supposed to make people more sensitive to the people they work with, to make companies more diverse, and to help them take advantages of the many business benefits of diversity.
If you’re at work as you’re reading this, take a look around you. Are your colleagues or employees about the same age as you, or is there a big variation?
So far in this series on improving diversity in your business, we’ve looked at ten key benefits of workplace diversity, we’ve examined different types of diversity, and we’ve celebrated International Women’s Day by looking at strategies for achieving gender equality in the workplace.
Today is International Women’s Day, and the theme for this year is “Be Bold for Change.” As the website says:
When you think of workplace diversity, what image comes to mind?
Diversity in business is a hot topic right now. There are diversity awards and diversity surveys, and governments in many countries have implemented or strengthened diversity and equality legislation to ensure equal opportunity in the workplace.