Talking to Your Employer About an Invisible Disability

Nearly 40 million Americans have a disability, and over 73% of those suffer from conditions that are not outwardly apparent, also known as ‘invisible’ disabilities. Take me, for instance. I have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), a digestive condition I share with up to 20% of Americans, and a history of severe depression. Living with a […]

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The Role of Talent Acquisition in Driving Organizational Diversity

Since the Civil Rights Act passed in 1964 — which criminalized discriminatory hiring (and firing) practices — there have been roughly 14,500 studies determining that a diverse workforce drives organizational success. One would think, by now, we would be in the advanced stages of attracting, growing, and retaining diverse talent. Unfortunately, that is still far […]

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We Know Diversity is Good for Business, So Why Do Corporate Leaders Remain Predominantly White and Male?

We Know Diversity is Good for Business, So Why Do Corporate Leaders Remain Predominantly White and Male? An examination of diversity in senior leadership roles at America’s top companies by Jessica Baron, PhD, @baronatrix THE CASE FOR DIVERSITY Diversity is more than just a buzzword, it’s a recipe for corporate success. Multiple studies have shown that a more […]

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Congressional Diversity Grade Leaps From an ‘F’ to … well, it’s still an ‘F’

Even with record turnout from an increasingly diverse population, a record number of women and people of color being elected, and many notable firsts that are changing the face of our leadership, our 116th Congress will remain overwhelmingly white – and male – compared to the overall population. And because Congress is under no obligation […]

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