Having an inclusive process is not good enough; you need an inclusive and diverse team to back it up.
The intent and lofty promises mean nothing without outcomes.
Companies are playing with fire when trying to create a woke place. But there’s an alternative.
It’s time for employers to break the bias and really listen to their women workers — or they’ll walk out.
Try these four strategies to further inclusion in the workplace and bolster the role of women and other underrepresented groups in IT.
Watch out! Gender bias is creating a new vulnerability in security teams.
When you have systems that allow your employees to help customers in the community, your revenues and profits increase.
To accelerate leadership diversity, organizations must elevate DEI goals to the same priority as other business goals.
D&I is no longer a CHRO matter; it impacts the entire company culture and branding.
Important learnings about fighting gender bias in the infosec industry while creating a report about it.
Gartner is proposing a rethink in the form of consequential accountability.
Building a diverse and hybrid workforce is complex; technologies can help.
Labor market data provides a more complete picture of available talent, improving the success of diversity hiring initiatives.
New Gartner survey shows that only 12% of HR leaders think their organizations have been effective at increasing diversity representation.
Facts and figures show that women leaders have a better handle of the COVID-19 situation, while technology — surprisingly — only makes the gender inequality worse.
Yet gender bias measures in Australia just show how much we don’t seem to care.
Leaders must demonstrate an inclusive-minded culture with their teams to maintain or improve diversity and inclusion during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coming Out Day in the U.S. highlights the importance of creating the right communities in your company, and questioning what your company culture assumes as normal.