6 Ways to Ensure Women’s Equity in the Workplace

by Claire Hastwell, Great Place to Work® USA, 08 March 2022 From trainings and promotions to internal communications and ERGs, managers can foster more fairness for women in the workplace.  Gender bias and discrimination are unfortunately still a major issue in the workplace across the country. When women aren’t appointed to leadership positions, decisions for women are being made by

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What Gen Z Wants from Employers

by Claire Hastwell, Great Place to Work® US Gen Z is coming to your workplace. The generation born between 1997 and 2012 may be just entering the workforce, but smart employers are already thinking about how their company culture can attract and retain Gen Z. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 16- to 24-year-olds made up 11.6% of the workforce in

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How the World’s Best Workplaces Have Led the Way in a Year Unlike Any Other, By Ed Frauenheim

The story of 2020 is one of historic challenges. The novel coronavirus arose. Economic shutdowns aiming to “flatten the curve” triggered a recession on the scale of the Great Depression. And in the midst of these challenges, the brutal murder of George Floyd ignited a racial reckoning that began in the U.S., and sparked sympathetic protests across the globe. These

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A letter from Great Place to Work® CEO Michael Bush, ”Racism Is a 400-Year-Old Virus”

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Why employers need to create a Great Place to Work®

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The human skills we need in an unpredictable world | TED Talk

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