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Merging D&I and Employee Engagement Teams

Earlier this week I had a great conversation with a contact of mine who is in a Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) leadership role at one of North America's largest retailers. Our conversation was brief, but we covered a lot of ground. Some of our talking points included the advances made with the Diverst platform, how Diverst is [...]

Turbocharging Your Marketing for Diversity and Inclusion Program Success

With the increased process, practice and technology innovations in the diversity & inclusion (D&I) space of late, organizations are rolling out more-and-more new initiatives every day; and it is exciting – we are finally raising the bar on what for too long had been an under-funded and sometimes overlooked gem in our corporate arsenal. And [...]

Five ways D&I software can increase productivity of B/ERG leaders

B/ERG leaders are the lifeblood of any successful resource group. These are folks in voluntary roles in addition to their everyday jobs. It is, therefore, paramount that they be able to lead and manage their respective groups as best they can; armed with the right tools and knowledge to effectively push the diversity & inclusion (D&I) [...]

Inclusion Technology – The Great Leap in HCM Software

Remember when all of the best selling minivans only had a single sliding door on only one side?  They were great family vehicles with the latest technology.  Then, seemingly out of nowhere, an innovation occurred and immediately, these single sliding door minivans dropped from cutting edge to yesterday’s news. Somebody changed the game by putting [...]

Inclusion: the best of D&I yet to come

The past 24-months have been an exciting time for organizations steeped in Diversity and inclusion. There have been visible, systemic efforts afoot to elevate the role and purpose of D&I to become peer to other corporate initiatives. The reasons today go far beyond the optics of looking the part; Diversity and inclusion are good for [...]