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Building Inclusive Onboarding Programs

According to a study by the Harvard Business Review, onboarding programs can lead to increased employee productivity, engagement, and retention. The study found that new hires who went through a structured onboarding program were 58% more likely to be with the company after three years, compared to those who did not have such a program. In addition, the study found ...

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Four Ways to Start Becoming More Inclusive at Work

Having a diversity program is not enough. There needs to be action taken in order to create an inclusive environment for all. This includes things like ensuring that people of all marginalized groups feel welcome, heard, and accepted. It also means creating opportunities for everyone to succeed. By taking these steps, businesses can increase innovation, performance, ...

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Lack of Action Leads to Lack of Results

When it comes to diversity in the workplace, companies often talk a big game. They claim to be committed to hiring diverse candidates, increasing the representation of underrepresented groups, and creating an inclusive environment for all employees. But when it comes time to actually take action, many of these same companies fall short. Failing to follow through ...

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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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“What Are You?”

Raised in an area that was 91.09% white as a multi-racial female where I was represented by less than 3% of the population-- was tough. An oddity because of my skin color and eye shape, I was (and still am) often asked: "What are you?"-- a minority in both my home countries, not "Asian enough" to be Asian and not "White enough" to be white. I faced slurs, and racist ...

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