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Self-care is DEI work! As another year comes to a close, it’s so critical for DEI professionals to prioritize self-care.
How to Step Up Your Allyship for Transgender Colleagues at Work As you may know, on November 20th we mark Transgender Day of Remembrance. This
The last year has made it increasingly evident that prioritizing mental health inclusion is more critical than ever for organizations seeking to advance their DEI initiatives. Here are 3 ways to promote intersectional mental health inclusion at work.
Workplaces must do more to prioritize Truth and Reconciliation. Here are 5 ways to promote inclusion for your Indigenous team members.
Psychological Safety is Critical for Inclusion: Here are 4 Ways to Make This Happen in the Workplace
Psychological safety at work means trusting our leaders, feeling comfortable sharing our ideas and expressing our concerns and more. Here are four ways to embed psychological safety in your organization.
With July marking BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month, this is the perfect time for organizations to dig deep into the toll that racism and other experiences with oppression can have on BIPOC mental health and to prioritize mental health inclusion through an intersectional lens.
Two years ago, the concept of the hybrid workplace was barely discussed. But now hybrid working has become the norm for many organizations. But just as the sudden shift to virtual work led to unforeseen diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) challenges that many leaders weren’t prepared for, this new change presents its own challenges. Here are three ways organizations can ensure that their hybrid work plans are as inclusive as possible.
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