To create a remote team that embraces accessibility, inclusion, and belonging, you should adopt flexible work policies, implement ‘access checks,’ record all virtual meetings, use chat features judiciously, and recognize team members’ contributions.
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Cultivating compassion amid cultural disruptions is crucial for employee well-being. Learn how to navigate disruptions, identify problems proactively, and create a more compassionate company culture.
When communicating about your disability inclusion plan, ensure it's accessible for all, integrated into your regular meeting structure, uses marketing collateral to inform, and is discussed consistently and frequently among employees and external stakeholders.
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Breaking gender stereotypes in the workplace enables others to grow their careers in ways they see fit, challenges the gender wage gap, encourages work-life balance, and generates greater innovation and creativity on your team.
Embracing religious diversity in the workplace fosters a more inclusive and harmonious culture for employees across an organization.
To better recruit and retain professionals with disabilities, you should embrace accessible hiring practices, adopt inclusive interviewing processes, prioritize disability leadership representation, implement digital inclusion, and create an inclusive and belonging culture.
Learn how to create an LGBTQ+ inclusive workplace that fosters acceptance and diversity一including insights on leadership, education, recruitment, and more.
Explore the unspoken realities of race, bias, and microaggressions in the workplace with insights from DEI expert Camille S. Edwards.
Create an accessible work environment that empowers individuals with cognitive and learning disabilities and promotes organizational success.
Implementing generalized accessibility strategies, asking employees to declare their disability status, and expecting HR departments to always lead out on accessibility are a few ways organizations mistakenly approach inclusion and disability issues.
To empower women in the workplace, promote inclusive hiring, mentorship, diversity training, pay transparency, networking, leadership buy-in, and flexibility.
National Disability Independence Day, celebrated annually on July 26, commemorates passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the U.S. law prohibiting discrimination against those with disabilities.
Establishing an inclusive workplace for blind and vision-impaired employees starts with organizational culture followed by the right accommodations and training.
Amid a record number of anti-LGBTQ+ legislation, trans-led nonprofit Point of Pride continues its mission of empowering communities with life-saving care.
By providing captioning, asking employees for accommodations they need, offering assistive technology, and speaking up for d/Deaf and hard-of-hearing employees, you can make your workplace much more accessible and inclusive.
Salesforce’s “FY23 Stakeholder Impact Report” demonstrates how its equality initiatives are transforming its ecosystem and work with clients, customers, and team members.
It is morally imperative that companies adopt inclusive return-to-work and work-from-home policies, including physically accessible workspaces and technologies, flexible work options, and awareness training.
Neurodivergent professionals engage in masking as a coping mechanism used to conceal aspects of their neurodivergent traits and fit in with workplace norms.