Is it inclusion or fronting when a company asks junior Black employees to attend high-level meetings?
Wall Street has a long history of deeming women “not quite ready” for their big break.
A Stanford psychologist’s new study reveals that people who see God as a white man are more likely to see a white man as worthy of becoming a manager or boss.
Business schools at Stanford, Wharton, and Insead are reevaluating their programs and curriculums.
The pandemic and BLM have both changed company culture.
Learn how to lay the foundation for fair and inclusive workplaces.
A new survey from the Center for Talent Innovation sheds light on the problem.
You can erase a lot of workplace inequities if you start with a focus on race.
“A lot of these apps are built for straight men; you can play ‘hot or not’ all day long.”