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Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men

Author: Caroline Criado Perez Topics: Gender Bias, Gender Equality, Women’s Rights, Women’s Health and Safety Summary “When it comes to the lives of the other half of humanity, there is often nothing but silence. And these silences are everywhere.” There is an ever-present “female-shaped absence” in our culture’s media, news, and entertainment, spanning the more […]

Layoffs in the Tech Sector: Impacts on DEI

Layoffs are ravishing the technology industry, and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) roles are suffering the most. A recent study conducted by Revelio Labs in collaboration with The Washington Post and Reuters found that the loss of DEI roles has outpaced the loss of non-DEI roles by a rate of 21-33% at more than 600 […]

Better Allies: Everyday Actions to Create Inclusive, Engaging Workplaces

Author: Karen Catlin Topics: Allyship Within Workforces, Inclusive Work Practices, Women in Tech Summary “Active allies build businesses that attract the best and brightest talent,” they create cultures where all involved thrive and gain competitive advantages. Studies show that diverse teams create more innovative solutions, are more skilled at complex problem-solving, and achieve more financial […]

Remote Not Distant: Design a Company Culture That Will Help You Thrive in a Hybrid Workplace

Author: Gustavo Razzetti Topics: Remote Companies, Hybrid Work Environments, Remote Management Strategies, Organizational Change, Workplace Behavior, Personal Management Strategies Summary “Welcome to the beginning of the end of the workplace as we know it. Normal is gone. The culture that got you here won’t get you there.” Razzetti begins Remote Not Distant with this jarring […]

The Neurodiverse Workplace: An Employer’s Guide to Managing and Working with Neurodivergent Employees, Clients and Customers

Author: Victoria Honeybourne Topics: Neurodiversity, Disability Rights, Neurotypical Bias in the Workforce Summary “Flowers are not expected to be the same; this natural variation is accepted and celebrated as part of biodiversity,” so why is society less accepting of human diversity? One such type of diversity among humans is neurodiversity, or “the diversity of ways […]

The Culture Map: Breaking Through the Invisible Boundaries of Global Business

Author: Erin Meyer Topics: Cultural Diversity in the Workplace, Industrial Psychology, Interpersonal Relations, Global Business Relations Summary “You have two eyes, two ears, one mouth, and you should use them accordingly.” When Erin Meyer received this advice from a collaborator early in her career as an international relations consultant, it resonated deeply with her. Meyer […]

Regulating Bodies: Reporting Menstruation in Florida

The impact of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade is now showing itself in high schools. The Florida High School Athletics Association (FHSAA) sports medicine advisory committee recommended that high school athletes be required to submit their menstrual history as a part of an annual sports registration form. The form would be […]

Codeswitching and Masking: What’s the Difference?

The newly hired African American employee decided to interview with her hair straightened. She spoke in her most professional tone and bantered with the interviewer regarding her love of recreationally golfing on the weekends. The voice that she spoke in was not her normal voice, not in tone and not in word choice. She typically […]

Why Sharing Gender Pronouns in the Workplace Matters

Equality and acceptance are topics that arise when considering some of the challenges faced by the LGBTQ+ community. The topic of gender, specifically gender identity, is an area that we can work to understand to establish accurate communication. Gender identity does not equal gender expression. That means that who someone identifies as internally can be […]

This Chair Rocks

Author: Ashton Applewhite Topics: Ageism in America, Aging, Discrimination  Summary “Aging is life itself, which is what makes it so damn interesting.” This Chair Rocks, Applewhite’s witty and compelling manifesto, strives to refocus our negative opinion of aging, debunking common fears and encouraging readers to celebrate aging. Ageism is defined as the “combination of prejudicial […]