The actions taken by leaders during these critical times can define their organizational cultures, both internally and externally. At Kiwi Partners, we lead our HR efforts with equity, respect, and inclusiveness at our forefront. See below for some of the articles we have written that can help you create more respectful and inclusive work environments.
By Solana Cederboim Wax, MSHR, SPHR
When we envision a diverse and inclusive workforce, we tend to think about increasing quality opportunities for people with different backgrounds, race, gender identity, or ages, to name a few. However, it’s also important to look at our policies and to see if they foster supportive practices for individuals with disabilities.
By Tasnim Quaiyum
Everyone has unconscious biases. These biases occur automatically and are caused by our background, upbringing, culture and other personal experiences. As human resources professionals and executive staff, it is our responsibility to address and dismantle these biases.
By Diana Gallardo, J.D., SPHR, SHRM-SCP
We recently moderated a panel discussion titled "Drawing the Line: Gender Equity and Facing Sexual Harassment and Mistreatment in the Cultural Field" at the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) Annual Conference. Attendees received first-hand knowledge and inspiration on how to take steps within their organizations to deal with the issues of gender inequity and sexual harassment.
Having a multi-generational workforce comes with their own advantages, such as varying skill sets and knowledge, but they also come with their own set of challenges. To understand and adapt to what each generational group value the most, it is important to learn how to communicate with them.