As you may have noticed, most working professionals tend to surround themselves with like-minded individuals who have similar backgrounds, experiences and education. But while it's important that everyone on a team buy into the same overarching vision and share similar...
Several studies demonstrate the benefits of diverse workforces, including increased financial returns. With that in mind, here are 10 programs that some companies are turning to in order to increase blind hiring processes and ensure they are truly hiring the best candidate...
Pay and flexibility matter, but women also want development opportunities and influence over policy. The No. 1 Best Workplace for Women is Texas Health Resources, a nonprofit health system where women make up three-quarters of the workforce and represent two-thirds of mid-level...
Diversity is essential to improving the makeup of any organization. With employees from different cultural, ethnic and educational backgrounds, your organization stands to gain both new insights and a competitive edge. But for HR professionals, attracting a diverse range...
Even those companies adopting diversity programs are discovering unexpected roadblocks. Having the will to introduce greater diversity does not always mean diversity is achievable instantly. There are several problems, some of which are more substantial than others. One...
One way to increase diversity in the health professions is to change how health professional schools are admitting students. A new strategy, holistic review, has emerged as a potential solution to the health care workforce diversity problem.
A new white paper suggests that “implicit bias” — doctors and nurses subtly or subconsciously treating some patients differently than others — or patients’ perception of it could have consequences for people’s...
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