To end our Black History Month series of articles, we turned the focus onto other content creators to hear their perspectives about DEI in the workplace.
Some topics you’ll see include:
COVID-19 and the Black community Ideas for celebrating Black History Month in the workplace Ensuring inclusion of all underrepresented groups
Scroll down for all that and more!
Jen Colletta of HR Executive interviews thought leader and author Torin Ellis about how HR teams can
continue the momentum of the DEI movement.
In an educational post for Jopwell, Devon Lee tells about how COVID-19 has
disproportionately affected the Black community.
Maria Barerra of ChartHop compels companies to not only talk about their DEI initiatives, but
report their data so they can make actionable change.
For McKinsey, Sabah Alam Hydari describes
innovative strategies to build inclusiveness within teams.
Ginny Engholm pens concrete ways to
honor Black History Month in the workplace for HRCI.
For Harvard Business Review, Lori Nishiura Mackenzie and Melissa V. Abad encourage companies to think broader when it comes to diversity efforts, making sure to
include every underrepresented group.
Stephanie Eagen looks at honoring
Black History Month through the lens of affinity groups on ADP’s blog.
Fairygodboss compiles a
go-to resource for Black History Month, with historical information, a list of Black owned businesses, and a guide to Black art, film, and literature.
Katherine Plumhoff shares 24 ways companies are
celebrating Black History Month on the Power to Fly blog.
On Textio’s blog, Julie Yue outlines a more
holistic approach to inclusion and belonging. Until next month...
To learn more about DEI, check out our detailed
diversity, equity, and inclusion leadership statistics blog post, as well as what Black HR tech leaders have to say about DEI initiatives and programs.
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