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Most diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives are treated as risk-avoidance exercises. Incorporating them in decision-making processes could change this.
Authors of 'Behavioral Corporate Finance: The Life Cycle of a CEO Career' explain what bias among Chief Executive Officers means for business and beyond.
Nigerians would have to work more than 33 hours to afford the cheapest broadband in the country, according to the 2020 Digital Quality of Life Index.
It is asking employees who post reviews to disclose their demographic information so future job seekers can see how people like them experience working for a potential employer.
Contrary to popular fears regarding mass unemployment, the World Economic Forum predicts that automation will result in a net increase of 58 million jobs.
HR leaders are uniquely positioned to work with communities, schools and governments to build sustainable work solutions and help rebuild the economy.
Companies are complacently falling back on DEI programmes that have minimal impact on reducing bias in the workplace. For real change, we must give marginal voices equal weight.
The pandemic has had a major affect on wages, with declines occurring across a number of European countries, as well as in South Africa and Japan.
Research shows that 'called' people can struggle to maintain a work-life balance, with their professional roles negatively impacting their families.
A new report shows how the coronavirus pandemic has shaken up both the way we work and the kinds of skills that countries around the world will need most.
The pandemic has accelerated remote working, but there are longer term benefits and drawbacks, with impacts on productivity, GDP and inequality.
Direct feedback can actually make employee performance worse. Wharton management professor Katherine Klein explains why “pulling” is better than “pushing”.
Agility, technology and regulation are key priorities for chief executives, IBM finds in its new survey, which reveals why some companies have been thriving during COVID-19.
1.64 million U.S. women exited the labour force by the end of 2020, compared with 1.27 million U.S. men. Black men and women were disproportionately affected.
From Zoom transcripts to smartphones that can audio-describe the world to a visually impaired person, these technological advancements can help close the disability inclusion gap.