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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)

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  • Type:
    Editor's Choice

    July 2022 Brings 40+ New Employment Law Requirements

    Updated to reflect an amendment to voting leave law in Connecticut; and amendments allowing electronic delivery of health insurance documents and notices, and amendments to unemployment security law in Iowa.

  • Date:
    June 17, 2022
    Type:
    News

    EEOC Marks Pride Month, Bostock Anniversary

    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.

  • Type:
    Legal Timetable

    Florida Limits Diversity Training

  • Type:
    Quick Reference

    Inclusive Language at Work: What to Use and What to Avoid

    This chart will assist employers and employees alike in ensuring they use inclusive language so that all feel that they are welcome, seen, heard and respected, regardless of their backgrounds.

  • Date:
    April 5, 2022
    Type:
    News

    Landmark California Board Diversity Law Ruled Unconstitutional

    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.

  • Date:
    March 25, 2022
    Type:
    News

    Florida's "Stop WOKE Act" Will Impact DEI Trainings

    A new Florida measure would limit how employers handle teaching about systemic racism and white privilege during workplace trainings.

  • Date:
    March 4, 2022
    Type:
    Editor's Choice

    DEI Key Issues to Watch in 2022

    With the Great Resignation, organizations must build on their diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives to retain talented employees from underrepresented groups. This resource examines five meaningful steps employers can take when it comes to DEI.

  • Date:
    February 24, 2022
    Type:
    News

    Report: Nearly 1.1 Million Women Have Left Labor Force Since COVID

    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.

  • Date:
    January 6, 2022
    Type:
    News

    California Board Diversity Law Succeeding, Report Says

    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.

  • Date:
    October 27, 2021
    Type:
    News

    SHRM Inclusion 2021: Unlocking the Potential of Employees with ADHD

    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.