In our work environments, we should seek to create a space where all talent, both old and new, can thrive and be assured daily that all are included in the greater work of the organization.
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If you are someone who has been guilty of the unconscious bias associated with misunderstanding other generations (outside of your own, of course), allow me to translate a few misconceptions in this millennial translation article.
Our attention to workplace behavior, whether it’s about generational differences or other social woes, require our best thinking and our best behavior.
Improving diversity starts in the recruiting process.
Safe spaces give people a place where they can share their ideas without fear of repercussions, and express their identity without facing discrimination or harm.
Organizations must take proactive steps to infuse diversity. It will not happen on its own and you can’t simply rely on employees to lead the way.
Why is diversity important? As organizations prioritize diversity and inclusion, they often see corresponding improvements in company culture.
Diversity and inclusion touch every part of federal service, starting with how people get into positions and continuing to how they’re trained for success.
A report released by the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) in Jan. 2019 points to selected examples of local governments that have excelled in increasing diversity and inclusion. The report culminates in new findings and recommendations that may be useful for local leaders.
Federal Employed Women (FEW) is hosting a conference this year aligned with its mission of promoting women’s equality in the federal workforce. Now in its 50th year, the organization continues to advocate for the rights of women through trainings and events.