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3 Ways Working from Home Can Improve DEI Efforts
3 Ways Working from Home Can Improve DEI Efforts

Vaccinations and low transmission rates mean many businesses can return to “normal.” This means many employees who have spent nearly the last eighteen months working from home are being invited back to their offices. But do they want to return and, if they don’t, should ...

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Blog posts in Anti-Discrimination

  • Illinois Employers Face New Requirements for EEO Compliance, Equal Pay, and Criminal Records

    Employers have a barrage of new regulations with which to comply under the Illinois Business Corporation Act (IBCA), the Illinois Equal Pay Act ...

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  • The Top Three Pitfalls of Hiring to Increase Diversity and How to Avoid Them

    Many companies are recognizing the lack of racial, ethnic, and gender diversity within their organizations and committing to increasing representation ...

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  • After the George Floyd Trial, Support Your Employees by Starting the Anti-Racist Conversation

    Although many people feel a degree of relief after the recent verdict in the murder of George Floyd, the contemporaneous news of police killings of ...

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  • Black History Month Calls Us to Promote Racial Equity in the Workplace

    “The way to right wrongs is to turn the light of truth upon them.” - Ida B. Wells February marks Black History Month, a federally recognized ...

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  • Is Age Ignored in Corporate Diversity Initiatives?

    In September 2020, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued a finding that between 2013 and 2018, IBM engaged in systemic age ...

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  • What Can Employers Learn from Kroger’s Religious Accommodation Litigation?

    The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) filed a lawsuit this month accusing grocery giant The Kroger Company of violating Title VII of the ...

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  • The Impact of the Notorious R.B.G. Will Be Felt for Years

    "I Dissent. Ruth Bader Ginsburg lawn sign in a Minneapolis suburb, Minnesota" by Lorie Shaull is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 When I first heard the ...

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  • National Black Business Month is a Reminder—and a Call to Action

    This year marks the 26th anniversary of National Black Business Month , devoted to supporting and celebrating black-owned businesses across the ...

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  • Somewhere Over the Rainbow? What the Bostock Decision Means for the LGBT Community.

    They say Stonewall was a riot. That it finally put LGBT people on the map. That it was the beginning of genuine equality. But prior to last week’s ...

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