Job candidates want to see a positive response to the movement from future employers.
PwC and Comcast Corp. are among the many companies celebrating LGBTQ Pride Month virtually.
Edward Jones lays out a plan to increase opportunities for employees of color.
The new vice president of HR at Trifacta has managed disruption with forward-thinking.
Experts say the pandemic could deepen already-existing inequalities.
Korn Ferry's Michael Hyter recently stepped into the top D&I job.
Here’s how many employees say their employer is giving them paid time off to observe Juneteenth—and what it means to HR leaders.
A recent report from Mercer outlines why it's time to "get real" about D&I.
The top court issued the landmark ruling Monday.
Two-way communication is key, D&I experts say.
At Emburse, an employee band is keeping spirits up and workers engaged.
More than 80% of respondents believe social unrest and nationwide protests are having a considerable impact on work.
How can organizations respond when 'instead of COVID-19, we are living 1619'?
HR, like the rest of our culture, is at an inflection point.
Half of survey respondents don't use dedicated teams to respond to social and political events.
To drive change in HR, assess, align and act on what the world is telling us.
Experts say HR should be leading transparent discussions about racial tensions.
Thought leader and HRE columnist Jason Averbook shares about on how HR should respond to the ongoing uprisings.