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#EqualityCan’twait – breaking down barriers to success for the next generation of female leaders | IT World Canada Blog

This post was originally published on this site Is gender parity in Canada a half a century away? That’s what the World Economic Forum (WEF)…

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Do Lawsuits Improve Gender and Racial Equality at Work?

This post was originally published on this site What an analysis of 171 high-profile lawsuits found.   www.diversity.report See it on Scoop.it, via Diversity Report

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‘You can’t fix what you can’t see’: WA CEOs call for gender pay audit

This post was originally published on this site The Perth miner has also paid millions for salary “diversity adjustments” to boost that elusive yet powerful…

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There is More to Diversity than Meets the Eye

This post was originally published on this site Diversity. Inclusion. Engagement. These are the buzzwords du jour.Organizations big and small often go to great lengths…

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Target and Viacom Execs Discuss Inclusivity – Adweek

This post was originally published on this site Rick Gomez and Pam Kaufman discuss how inclusion can be challenging, from a leadership perspective and across…

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How to Get More White Men to Support Diversity and Inclusion Efforts

This post was originally published on this site Help them understand identity as a source of insight. Chief Operating Officer’s insight: http://www.Kamyarshah.com See it on…

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