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How to Make DEI Programs More Effective

Researchers have found that companies with a more diverse workforce and leadership team are overall more profitable than their peers that lack such diversity. Many factors lead to this growth in revenue. Notably, today’s applicants want to work in strong company cultures that value people and how employees contribute to a company’s success. This interest drives top talent to companies with well-developed inclusive cultures and improves retention among current staff. An engaged workforce tends to be more productive-and higher productivity generally means higher profitability. How have these organizations created such engaging and impactful DEI programs? All successful DEI efforts include a few critical elements.

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3 Important Statistics About the Skills Gap

An organization has a skills gap when a tension exists between what it needs to accomplish and what its employees are capable of doing. To some degree, most organizations find themselves in this situation today, thanks to factors such as the retirement of older workers, economic changes, and the continued lightning-fast evolution in technology. By examining some key data points about the skills gap, though, companies can be better prepared to understand its significance and take steps to address it. 

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Using Technology to Support HR's Changing Strategic Priorities

In 2020 HR leaders listed their top strategic priorities as (in descending order) employee experience, leadership development, learning transformation, next generation leaders, and people analytics. Just one year later, however, that list has been radically transformed.

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Supporting (and Leveraging) Neurodiversity in the Workplace

In order to tap into this pool of potentially valuable employees, however, businesses may need to adjust their hiring and other workplace practices.

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New Manager Training: How to Have Difficult Conversations

As companies grow organically, some team members gain more experience and are perceived as natural leaders.

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