Our company's ethics program is viewed as unimportant by management and employees. What can HR do to boost interest in our ethics program and its importance?
Patricia Gatling, head of the New York City Commission on Human Rights, testifies she’s optimistic that agencies will ramp up the numbers of minority executives in their ranks.Read More
Here are five of the best practices based on research and companies’ experiences.Read More
How can we develop diverse applicant pools for recruiting registered nurses? Advertising in minority journals is too costly. What are other nurse recruiters doing to find minority applicants?
Hitoshi Kawaguchi, Nissan Motor Co.’s senior VP for HR, says his company’s award-winning program in Japan, which includes longer maternity leave than the law requires, has sparked change as more women are brought into the company fold. But the automaker isn’t looking to stop there: It’s also focusing on cross-cultural, generational and career initiatives.Read More
The nonprofit health care provider uses a “from the top down” strategy to attract and retain a diversified workforce and membership.Read More
Lecturing employees about diversity is one thing, but some companies are taking training a step further. Strategies include engaging employees in teamwork exercises and having workers simulate disabilities.Read More