In a corporate context, the principle of healing can apply if you translate it into intentional initiatives that address and repair the psychological, emotional, and cultural trauma that relate to workplace exclusion, intolerance, toxicity, and discrimination.
2024 is the Year of the Dragon – the Wood Dragon, to be precise. This year the two-week-long Chinese New Year holiday begins on February 10, 2024, and U.S. Bank is celebrating across its footprint with employees, clients and communities.
When Shirley Cantin was a law student, about half of her classmates were women. Yet when she joined a corporate law firm, Shirley noticed that most of its leaders were white men. And when she left a decade later, little progress on the leadership team’s diversity had been made.
The Clorox Change Makers initiative spotlights people who actively champion inclusion, celebrate diversity, promote equity, and practice allyship — what we call IDEA — to make a positive impact on our business and culture.
One year after the launch of Strive USA, Mastercard’s U.S. small business initiative is now supporting small businesses in 43 states and working closely with 16 prominent organizations. Here we provide an update on our work and progress — and where we go next.
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) and members of Aramark’s employee resource group (ERG) Thrive went above and beyond to advance the acceptance, equity, allyship, and inclusion of people with disabilities
It was an evening full of inspiration, networking and connection. On October 4th more than 150 people attending the second annual Key4Women Forum in Pittsburgh at The Circuit Center. Melinda Colaizzi, founder of Women Who Rock, served as the keynote speaker for the event.