Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)
EEOC Chair Charlotte A. Burrows released a statement in honor of Pride Month and the second anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court decision Bostock v. Clayton County highlighting the agency's ongoing work to combat employment discrimination against LGBTQ individuals.
A first-of-its-kind California law requiring diversity on corporate boards of directors has been struck down by a state court judge as unconstitutional.
A new Florida measure would limit how employers handle teaching about systemic racism and white privilege during workplace trainings.
Despite recent job gains, nearly 1.1 million fewer women are participating in the US workforce compared with February 2020, according to a report from the National Women's Law Center.
Since California passed a law requiring certain companies to diversify the composition of their boards of directors, the number of board seats held by women at these organizations has more than doubled, according to a recent report.
With the right support, employees with ADHD can be high performers and make valuable contributions in a variety of workplaces, according to HR expert and podcaster James Davis, but many organizations struggle to identify and meet the needs of these individuals.
Traditional approaches to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) issues have serious shortcomings, according to new research by global HR analyst Josh Bersin and his team.
Directives on LGBTQ rights and racial equity were among the executive orders President Biden issued during a busy first 24 hours in office.
A federal judge has issued a nationwide preliminary injunction to block key parts of President's Trump's executive order on combating race and sex stereotyping from being enforced.
Certain California-based companies will soon face new requirements for diversifying their corporate boards racially, ethnically and in terms of sexual and gender identity, plus new pay data reporting requirements.
News: HR considerations about the benefits of diversity, equity and inclusion.
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