Many companies working in India‘s dynamic economy struggle with the rapidly evolving talent crunch. The enables companies to become more nimble by accelerating progress toward developing and advancing their talented women, a largely untapped resource.The report is based on the responses of 56...
With competition to recruit and retain talented employees increasing daily, strong talent retention strategies are critical. That, together with its goal to develop a more diverse workforce, led HSBC India to introduce its Flexible Work Arrangements (FWA) program in 2008.
With its highly diverse clientele, Visiting Nurse Service of New York (VNSNY) understands that promoting cultural awareness, developing and retaining a diverse workforce, and creating an inclusive environment are crucial to effective service delivery. Consequently, it maintains close working relationships with professional associations and works closely with higher education organizations that reflect New York’s diversity.
Read about Kaiser Permanente’s initiative, Achieving Our Mission and Growing the Business Through the National Diversity Agenda, an organizational framework to develop an engaged, professional, and diverse workforce sensitive to the needs of patients and members.
Freedom Within a Framework: Global Women's Initiative benefits women and men around the globe at all levels—from restaurant crew members to senior leaders—through empowered, localized groups and a focus on continuous improvement.
Read about the net45plus employee network at the German headquarters of SAP AG, designed to engage older employees by providing support and resources to help them navigate their careers and plan their retirements, and to facilitate knowledge transfer between retired and current employees.
In 2006 Ernst & Young LLP decided to make a more conscious effort to engage men in conversations about gender equity. Two features of the effort include firm-wide leadership workshops, and locally-driven workshops and solution-building. All male attendees of the firm’s 2006 Women’s Leadership...