Dr. R. Roosevelt Thomas Jr., an author and longtime columnist for this magazine, died Friday.
Nearly 62 million Americans already care for another adult at least part time, an expensive and time-consuming undertaking their companies aren’t sponsoring.
According to new research, organizations with more women in leadership positions make more philanthropic contributions, boosting their levels of corporate social responsibility.
An executive order by President Obama directs all government agencies to articulate a diversity plan. The intention is to move beyond representation to strategic leveraging of diversity.
Female Gen Y employees face the potential double whammy of age and gender discrimination, a recent survey uncovers. Is there a way to address these workforce members’ needs?
While the rest of the nation is starting to get back to work, the unemployment rate for minorities remains high even as they seek low-skill, low-wage occupations.
A new report from nonprofit research firm Catalyst shows women are taking the right steps to advance, yet they still struggle to do so at same clip as men.
Thoughtful maternity policies can mean the difference between retaining or losing a valued employee.
While much money and time is spent on traditional training and cognitive approaches that build diversity awareness, behavioral techniques and experience can drive real, lasting change.
The road to becoming a chief diversity officer is largely undefined, but as the role evolves, a clear path firmly rooted in business is taking shape.