Tag Archives: diversity and inclusion

Linking employee emotional and corporate wellbeing: A Focus on the LGBTQ+ community in recognition of Pride month

Rainbow over waterfall

Organizations need to think holistically about how they are emotionally, socially, physically and financially supporting the LGBTQ+ portion of their workforce. Continue reading →

Rémunérations : les 5 priorités des entreprises pour améliorer leurs programmes de rémunérations globales

Enquête Modernizing Total Rewards 2018  Notre enquête Modernizing Total Rewards, vise à mettre en lumière les bonnes pratiques mais surtout les grandes priorités des entreprises en matière de politique de rémunération globale. Les résultats de l’enquête s’appuient sur les réponses de … Continue reading →

How the construction industry is increasing inclusion and diversity: 3 key steps

Woman in a construction uniform, hard hat and goggles having a discussion with three men wearing the same gear

When considering inclusion and diversity on an industry level, some lessons can be gleaned from the construction sector. We’re seeing a number of workforce challenges being addressed through inclusion and diversity — from the industry’s talent shortage due to an aging … Continue reading →

Building diversity and inclusion in the construction industry

aerial view of construction equipment

Why is diversity and inclusion so important to my business? For many executives, the question is increasingly top of mind. It’s also one that’s not easily answered. Companies are navigating the issue and while expectations of diverse workforces is not … Continue reading →

From rhetoric to commitment: Promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace

Three women and two men of various ethnicities in an office working together around a table

In Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In, she suggests, “In the future, there will be no female leaders, there will just be leaders.” As I walk through Grand Central Station in New York City, a place that naturally evokes ideas about … Continue reading →