In the United States, June is designated as a time to celebrate and honor the history and contributions of the LGBTQ+ community. The parades and memorials that take place during Pride Month commemorate this history and continue the journey toward equality and justice.
Use this guidance to ensure your organization marks Memorial Day in ways that are respectful, appropriate, and meaningful. Strengthen feelings of inclusion, particularly for those with personal connections to this annual holiday, including veterans and military families.
Explore the basics of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year holiday. Learn why it’s important to give Jewish employees scheduling flexibility to celebrate Rosh Hashanah for either one or two days (depending on how traditionally observant they are) and appropriate greetings for the holiday.
National Hispanic and Latine Heritage Month honors the cultural contributions of Latine communities. Celebrating this month in the workplace is a great way to broaden understanding and highlight your organization’s genuine respect for and commitment to Latine professionals.