Referring to women as “girls,” or other child-like terms, is disrespectful and undermines their workplace engagement and productivity by denying their maturity and human dignity. Learn more about infantilizing terms and how they work as microaggressions.
Tap into these proven approaches and recommended action steps to increase the age diversity of your employee team, and by doing so add a broader range of valuable perspectives, skills, and experiences to your organization.
3 Ways to Make Your Organization More Inclusive to Asexual People
Follow this three-part guidance to ensure that your company policies, communications, and culture make your workplace a safe and supportive environment for employees who identify their sexual orientation as asexual.
Communicating Effectively with People with Intellectual Disabilities
Benefit from these helpful best practices for communicating and collaborating effectively with people with intellectual disabilities. Learn how to adapt your communication style to fit the needs of your colleagues.
If you are your company’s only employee of a certain identity, here’s guidance for forging a successful career path and taking care of yourself in the process. Learn how your personal trajectory can inspire others to blaze their own trail as your organization grows more diverse.
Understand why it’s overly personal and inappropriate to ask someone about their medical conditions, including whether they have Autism Spectrum Disorder, or ASD. Medical and psychological conditions are deeply personal topics that many people don’t feel comfortable discussing.
Review the results of several recent surveys and studies confirming the positive impacts of DEI on employee satisfaction, productivity, and loyalty. Recognize how an inclusive culture empowers employees to do their best work.
Cultural awareness centers on respecting and valuing the differences of other people and groups. Open-mindedness and engaged learning is key to inclusion. This video will show you how to respectfully communicate your cultural awareness.
From job postings to interview processes, it's critical that every step of the recruitment process is inclusive and equitable so that your company can recruit and retain the best talent. Learn tips and tricks for inclusive hiring.
Frontline bias is a term used to describe the negative attitudes and unconscious biases that frontline professionals may hold against customers of particular demographics. Understand how this type of bias can cost you customers.
Casual discrimination is a rampant issue, affecting all people at some point in their lives and many people every day. Bias and microaggressions can take multiple forms, from unwelcome questions to simply going unacknowledged. Learn how to identify and combat casual discrimination at work.
How Can I Support Colleagues with Intellectual Disabilities?
Gain insights and get helpful guidance for supporting your colleagues with intellectual disabilities. Discover three keys to helping colleagues feel welcome and included, creating a more productive workplace for all.
If you’re a frontline professional, learn how DEI training will help you to communicate more effectively, improve job performance, help your company to improve its customer service, and reach its goals.
What Frontline Professionals Need to Know About Inclusion
Helpful guidance for frontline personnel on what inclusion means and how to ensure an inclusive customer experience. Learn three simple steps to create a workplace environment that’s welcoming to everyone based on showing respect, listening, and avoiding assumptions.
How to Recruit Employees with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
People with intellectual and developmental disabilities serve as dedicated and valued employees at many organizations. Learn how to recruit employees who have intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Understand employee rights as they apply to taking time off for religious holidays, depending on whether you work for the federal government or in the private sector, and whether or not your company offers PTO.
Take a closer look at integrity and why it’s an essential core value for every successful business. Learn to recognize acts of integrity like taking accountability, admitting and learning from mistakes, and maintaining ethical business practices. Also, consider the connection between integrity an...