Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging: Reimagined

Truly belonging — experiencing equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in the workplace — sounds like a basic concept. However, achieving it is neither quick...

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Meaningful Human Connection is Our New Competitive Advantage

Pandemics don’t change our identity, they reveal it. After two years of living in isolation, our universal reveal has been that human connection isn’t an...

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Dismantling Unconscious Bias: Obstacle #1 Blocking Workplace Inclusion

“The woman in the plant with the short hair driving the forklift must be a lesbian.” “Mike wears pink ties a lot, he’s clearly gay.”  “Josie...

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Pregnancy Discrimination: We Can Do Better

Most Canadian employers intend to follow the law with respect to providing employees with leave after giving birth to a child. However, many employers fall...

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How To Get The Most Out Of Your Long-Term Disability Coverage

Protecting employees from catastrophic financial hardship is a key motivator for most employers when it comes to the design of their employee benefits plan....

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180 Years Away From Parity? That’s Far Too Long

We’ve seen a lot in the last year. We’ve seen panic, devastation, self-reflection, epiphanies and activism. And we’ve seen pledges–countless pledges to “build back...

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A Tale of Two Cashiers: : Why Valuing Employees is Important

There are few jobs as standardized as a grocery store cashier. I imagine a cashier from a grocery chain in Alabama could move to...

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More Walk Than Talk Needed For Diversity With Inclusion In The Workplace

Business leaders have been speaking out in support of addressing racism in the wake of Black Lives Matter demonstrations that have been occurring across...

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