Is Your Leadership Style Supporting Employee Success?
Workplace Etiquette in the Time of #metoo
Guest columnist Simma Lieberman believes that as a leader, you have the power, influence and hopefully the ability to create the kind of culture where people feel part of a community, can’t wait to get to work, and want to succeed.
How To Sell Yourself As A Diverse Professional
With the #metoo movement, many people are uncertain of what constitutes acceptable and unacceptable behaviour. Everyone is on high alert and there’s never been a better time to learn the parameters of acceptable workplace behaviour.
How to Manage Millennials
Highlighting your uniqueness as a diverse professional can help get your resume to the top of the pile.
The Disabled Benefit from Early Training
"Sales have been lost and customers angered by the lack of interpersonal communications skills of younger workers. Older workers can “show them a thing or two” in subtle yet instructive ways."
AirBnB Discrimination Launches New Business
Parents of disabled children should consider their children’s futures in the workforce sooner rather than later.
Shalini Mahtani: Changing Perceptions
Rohan Gilkes found when he was trying to get a room in 2016 through AirBnB that he met with discrimination through the homesharing site and that he could not be himself.
Dealing with Language Discrimination
Sometimes we in the United States believe the fight to break up race-based monopolies on power and wealth is restricted to our country.
A former coffee shop worker in California was simultaneously angry, embarrassed, offended and humiliated when her European-American boss told her to stop speaking Spanish with a new hire.