DIVERSITY: Why We Care?
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As pressure on employers to address the pay gap between men and women, and between white and minority employees, ramps up, consider keeping an "equity reserve" off the top of the payroll adjustment budget and use these funds to close the parity gap, a pay equity attorney advised.
Cybersecurity professionals of color earn less than their white counterparts, says a new report, "Innovation Through Inclusion: The Multicultural Cybersecurity Workforce."
Job seekers with movie-star good looks appear to have the world at their feet, except for when they apply for menial work, according to recent research.
Following the "Pence rule" in the workplace—when a man declines to be alone with a woman other than his wife—may stand in the way of men mentoring women, which some view as a necessary stepping stone for women's professional advancement.
Think of it like speed dating, but with employers and court cases: In 90 minutes, attorney Eric B. Meyer, a partner at FisherBroyles law firm in Atlanta, presented overviews of 20 accommodation-related legal decisions to a room packed with HR professionals.
Political strategists Donna Brazile and Sean Spicer stress the importance of civil discourse.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is scrutinizing paid-child-bonding-leave policies closely, particularly those that distinguish between primary and secondary caregivers, because the policies may discriminate against men.
Businesses and workers around the world are observing International Women’s Day today by protesting, celebrating and reimagining the workplace. SHRM Online has collected the following stories from news outlets about how companies are taking note of International Women’s Day this year.
As recently noted by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, a well-maintained paper trail can lead to the summary dismissal of a discrimination claim.
A former employee of a paper manufacturing mill could proceed to trial with his Title VII retaliation claim in light of a supervisor's alleged threat.
While there may be more racial diversity in large, established companies than in decades past, the influx of new companies—which tend to have far less racial diversity—into the U.S. economy has more than offset any gains that U.S. organizations have made overall.
A federal court should not have dismissed the religious discrimination claims of two Seventh Day Adventists against Kellogg USA Inc. for failing to accommodate their need for Saturdays off, the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled.
A former judge and nationally known expert on employment discrimination and workplace abuse advises employers on avoiding charges of age discrimination.
The split among appeals courts over whether Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits sexual orientation discrimination deepened Feb. 26, as the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that it does. The decision makes it likely that the Supreme Court ultimately will have to rule on the issue.
Good policies drive good cultures. Here are some recommendations to consider as you revisit your organization’s anti-harassment policy.
Even if a county executive officer made derogatory comments about homosexuals, a former county employee showed no link between the comments and her termination, and so was not entitled to a trial on her claim of sexual orientation discrimination, the California Court of Appeal ruled.
Teamwork is vital to the modern workplace, but it should be balanced with solo time, especially for introverted employees.
A former nurse fired after she was found resting or sleeping on a break and then told management she was pregnant may proceed to trial on her discrimination claims.
This year, more employers hope to make progress in building inclusive workplaces through diversity recruiting efforts and will continue to experiment with new interviewing and selection techniques, according to experts.
Many women at the Womens March in Washington, D.C., said they want to see businesses and lawmakers put an end to wage disparity. "Equal pay is a big issue," said one marcher. "The fact that we still don't have it is disappointing."
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