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Why You Should Be Investing in Employee Learning and Development

Employees are the lifeblood of any organization, and it is crucial to provide them with continuous learning and development opportunities in order to engage and retain them. Not only does this create future leaders within your company, but it also helps top performers stay ahead of the curve and continue delivering exceptional results. In this blog post, we will ...

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Creating Equitable Compensation Strategies for Globally Dispersed Workforces

One of the most important things to do when creating an equitable compensation strategy is to make sure that all employees are being fairly compensated for their work. This includes ensuring that employees are paid equally for doing the same job, regardless of their gender, race, ethnicity, age, religion, ability, or any other characteristic. What are some common ...

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Strategic Initiatives for Inclusive Collaboration

Often, DEI initiatives focus primarily on building a diverse team. Inclusion itself may fall to the wayside when an inclusive environment can truly thrive by inviting each member to participate in collaborations– particularly those who are accustomed to being silenced, ignored, or patted on the back instead of being listened to. In order to produce high-quality ...

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Why neurodivergent employees are an asset to your company

Neurodiversity is a term used to describe the diversity of human brains and nervous systems. This includes people with conditions like ADHD, autism, Tourette's syndrome, dyslexia, bipolar disorder, and OCD. Neurodivergent people have differences in the way they think, learn, and process information. Each of these conditions can present unique challenges for individ...

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Microaggression Examples and Their Impact in the Workplace

Microaggressions are the everyday verbal, nonverbal, and environmental slights, snubs, or insults that communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative messages to target persons based on their membership in a marginalized group. In the business world, microaggressions can take many forms. For example, a female employee might be told by her male boss that she is "too ...

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