We had the pleasure of interviewing two students leading with Pride and creating an LGBTQ2SIA+ community at their business school. These two changemakers are making their school a more welcoming place for the queer community.
So you want to measure Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in your organization but don’t know where to start? We recommend a survey to get unfiltered employee feedback: below are our tips for a strong DE&I survey.
Are you facing return to work decisions? Survey the situation! What do surveys have to do with returning to work as COVID-19 restrictions lighten: read on to find out. Keep an eye out for detailed tips and tricks as well as our free survey tool!
We’ve all seen the meme; a parent on a video conference call while her two children are taped to the floor with the caption, “Working from home during COVID-19!”
We chuckle to ourselves and say, “YUP” as we continue to scroll. But as funny as the meme is, this is a stark reality for most parents navigating childcare, home schooling, and working during COVID-19.
While many businesses have had to close down completely, essential businesses remain open to keep our communities going (and we are so grateful for it)!
In the construction industry, companies have been quickly pivoting to implement policies and procedures to keep construction sites safe. Employers are wading in deep waters with the challenge to keep workers safe during this unprecedented global pandemic.
A shared concern in the back of the mind of many small to medium business owners is – Who is going to take over when I retire?
According to a 2013 Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses survey, 75% of Canadian business owners will exit their business by 2022. That’s only 3 more years. Let that sink in. For business owners who haven’t put much thought into succession planning, the continuity of their hard built business is at stake.
For as long as we can remember, designated groups have been disadvantaged economically by the wage gap. Women make on average 70 cents per dollar made by men – for the same work. The deficit only increases for women from different ethnic backgrounds. (more…)