The concept of diversity, equity, and inclusion — or DEI, as it’s often referred to — has been gaining traction with employers in recent years. It is increasingly recognized as an essential building block for successful organizations, but it can be hard to know where to start on your DEI journey.
You slept very badly last night and, as a consequence, your attention span (or patience) will be shorter today. It can help if the content you’re reading is structured in a simple layout, using plain language. Or, say, you’re suffering from an ear infection and you aren’t hearing quite as well as you usually do. Subtitles for video conferencing could make your work easier. These are just a few examples of how all of us change over time — sometimes subtly and sometimes in more significant ways — and our needs are never the same.
Today's discussion Hannah Leske is currently researching the landscape of indigenous languages in Australia. We talk with her today about some of the information that will be included in her upcoming report on nimdzi.com. So we are going live to talk about it. Follow Nimdzi to be notified when the full report is released. Today's […]
Words matter. Ideas matter. They always have. But, in the current context of continued protests across the US in support of the Black Lives Matter movement against ongoing racial discrimination and police brutality, companies are finally listening en masse and are beginning to take genuine action.
Introduction Gender and inclusion continue to be hot topics both in social spheres and in the workforce. Although women's movements and social activist efforts have worked to narrow the gender gap in some areas – namely health and survival, and education – other areas seem unaffected. Worse yet, some areas seem to indicate a widening […]