The brain contains a range of natural cognitive variations, called “neurodiversity,” impacting learning, attention, mood, sociability, and other functions. Organizations should recognize that neurodiversity can be a benefit to productivity, creativity, innovation, collaboration, and diversity of thought.
Tremendous progress has been made toward achieving workplace equality for women, but the work isn’t complete. One contributing factor is the way employers word job descriptions. Find out why and learn how we can start to fix this problem.
Women in the workplace face a number of gender-based microaggressions, including interruptions, pet names, and unpaid tasks. Understand what to look out for so you can better empower your women colleagues to do their best work.
Accent and language bias describes our tendency to prefer those who sound like us, while judging more harshly those who speak a different language or with a different accent. This type of bias impacts hiring decisions and career advancement.