Juneteenth holiday gaining traction among employers

Recognizing the day as a paid holiday is 'well overdue,' says one HR leader.

Sage-Gavin: HR, now is the time to take action on inclusion

June provides a good opportunity to reflect and keep moving forward on inclusion.

One year after George Floyd’s death, what’s changed for HR?

In the aftermath of George Floyd's murder, HR ramped up their DEI initiatives, but have they succeeded in moving the needle on racial injustice?

An open letter from Minneapolis: This is about more than the verdict

Why HR leaders must acknowledge the emotion around George Floyd's murder.

7 steps for business leaders to take after the George Floyd case

From hiring a Black therapist to centering messaging, a diversity expert offers insights for this moment.

After George Floyd verdict, ‘it’s all about support right now’

HR experts share how employers can help Black workers this week and beyond.

How the George Floyd trial is a chance for true corporate leadership

Employees are looking for support–and watching how their employers respond, experts say.

These are the differences in the Black, white employee experience

New data from Mercer | Sirota explores the views of 4 million employees and how you can respond.

Remote work, racism weighing on workplaces

There are no easy fixes for either issue, but new research sheds light on some employer strategies.

HRE Soundbite: C-suite must make social injustice a standing agenda item

Boards of directors and investors are going to demand it, says Mirian Graddick-Weir.