Category Archives: Diversity and Inclusion

What It’s Like to Work for Salesforce.com?

December 10, 2014   

Salesforce.com is one of those innovative companies earning attention not just for its products and offerings but also for being a great place to work. At the start of the year it earned the number 7 spot on FORTUNE’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list. Get smart and learn more about what Salesforce.com can […]

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Ditch the Workplace Drama: How to Curb Conflict Between Employees

December 10, 2014   

Does it really matter if your employees hate one another? In short, yes.

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Microsoft CEO’s Comments About Female Employees Raise Eyebrows

October 23, 2014   

We’ve discussed women in the workforce quite a bit recently, and oftentimes our talent management posts align more closely with the headlines than we even initially realize. One example of this came earlier this month as the Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, made some comments about females in his organization caused a stir, to say the […]

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The Importance of Inclusion In the Workplace

October 9, 2014   

Sure, you may realize an inclusive workplace is important from a social standpoint, but what about from a monetary standpoint? Most corporate leaders focus on inclusion only in terms of making sure their workplace is one that’s comfortable for employees of all backgrounds, but what they don’t realize is the benefits can go beyond simply […]

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Never Mind the Mentors – Want Female Leaders? Focus on Sponsorship

October 8, 2014   

In the past, one of the key programs corporations focused on in terms of a comprehensive talent management strategy was mentorship. Mentorship is still important, particularly with Millennials entering the workforce, who not only crave mentorship and one-on-one development efforts, but practically demand it. With that being said, it’s not just all about mentorship anymore—companies […]

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Going Beyond the Numbers to Retain Your Female Talent

October 8, 2014   

If you have strong female talent within your organization, what do you do when you become fearful you may lose them, either to another more appealing employer, or to outside demands which we’re increasingly seeing women leave the workplace for? Often employers have a misconception that the way to keep their female talent is to […]

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Just the Stats: An Overview Women in the Workplace in 2014

October 8, 2014   

The glass ceiling, a gender gap, war on women. This is just some of the terminology we’ve been hearing as of late, pertaining to the role of women in today’s world, and in particular within the workplace. In recent years, the common belief was that women were on equal footing with men in the workplace, […]

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Why Diversity and Inclusion Efforts Fail

October 2, 2014   

You know there’s a pretty solid business case to nurture a diverse and inclusive workplace. When you do it right, employees work 12% harder, are 19% more likely to stick around longer, and collaborate up to 57% more effectively with colleagues. Even executives are on board, with more than 80% claiming to be strongly supportive […]

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Tackling the Issue of Managing Millennials

September 18, 2014   

Just the term Millennial is enough to strike if not fear, at least some apprehension in the hearts of employers. The concept of effectively managing Millennials seems to be one that eludes many workplace leaders, and increasingly there are reports that not only are managers having trouble with both attracting and managing Millennials, but that […]

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