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Nestlé created the International Dual Career Network (IDCN) in 2011 to help increase mobility and development opportunities for all employees, particularly women.
For members only, learn about Nestle's successful initiative that embodies its commitment to developing, advancing, and providing equal opportunities for women.
How do you make a seriously male-oriented organization more inclusive, so both women and minorities can advance? Find out how Rockwell Automation’s North American Sales division worked toward achieving a more equitable workplace.
Senior leaders throughout Microsoft Germany take advantage of work-life effectiveness arrangements such as telecommuting to promote a culture of trust that prioritizes performance over face time.
Read about Haynes and Boone's efforts to promote the advancement, promotion, and retention of women lawyers, particularly at senior levels.
Learn how Catalyst Award-winning companies have incorporated diverse slate polices or practices into their initiatives.
Learn how champions of change, especially men, are vital when it comes to organizations making real progress on behalf of underrepresented groups.
LEAD, which launched in September 2012, focuses on increasing career opportunities and visibility for high-performing diverse individuals within Pfizer’s legal division and the PLA law firms.
Find out how many Fortune 500 board seats were held by women and minorities in 2012.
During this webinar senior leaders shared their views on what sponsorship means, how it works, and the impact it can have.