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5 reasons why diversity is crucial for success

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...

source: By Scott Steinberg
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Just as a new occupant prepares to move in to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., more than 100 employers have signed the White House Equal Pay Pledge that was launched last June. These organizations have committed to performing a variety of best practices that include conducting an...

source: Human Resource Executive Online

The American Hospital Association released its strategic plan for 2017 to 2020, which the organization says will position it to be a national advocate for and provide guidance to members who are seeking to "redefine the 'H'" — be it hospital, health system or health...

source: Becker's Hospital Review

Earlier this year the AHA, American College of Healthcare Executives, Association of American Medical Colleges, Catholic Health Association of the United States and America’s Essential Hospitals announced a goal of eliminating health care inequity. They sought to increase...

source: Hospitals and Health Networks

One of my favorite Martin Luther King Jr. quotes is, “There is nothing more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.” And I am just going to come out and say it – most diversity and inclusion initiatives fall into the former category:...

source: Forbes

There is a growing body of research showing that minorities face bias in the job application process. When identical resumes — one with the name Emily and one with the name Lakisha, for example — are sent to job openings, Emily’s resume gets substantially...

source: Harvard Business Review

Diversity initiatives shouldn’t be done away with — they just need to be reimagined. During our session we were able to talk about how everyone has biases, and many participants were willing to make themselves vulnerable by disclosing theirs. People of all races...

source: Harvard Business Review

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