For HR, People, and Culture leaders, learn how to best unite your hybrid teams and enhance your company culture with a short list of action items. This piece was in collaboration piece with Evelyn Kwong, Content Manager, and Eileen Lee, VP of People & Culture at PERKS Marketplace.
“This isn’t new; there is a ton of information about diversity, equity & inclusion (DEI) out there, but why is the impact, 20, 30 years later, still the same?” Sheryl Grant explains why the newfound consciousness around DEI is not enough, what businesses must do to adapt their DEI programs moving forward, and much more in this recent expert interview.
Volunteering has become the fastest-growing way for companies to connect their employees with each other and their communities. And just because your team is remote does not mean you have to stop volunteering with your colleagues.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) & Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) are now must-haves for businesses of any size. And while distinct programs, the two have a symbiotic relationship that will save time while improving outcomes for the countless businesses just now formalizing (or launching) either (or both).
Each day now, more and more businesses are adding Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs into their corporate strategies and budgets; in sharpie vs. pencil! So, we interviewed Kendra Fogarty, who runs CSR for UScellular, to provide businesses of any size the information they need to make, manage, and market great CSR programs.