SHRM co-hosted a panel discussion with the North American Human Resource Management Association on International Women’s Day, in which SHRM leaders stressed the importance of empathy in the workplace, in part because employers with empathetic cultures enjoy higher productivity and retain the best workers.
Here are some steps employers can take to make their organization safe and welcoming for people who identify as transgender or nonbinary.
Two members of the Society for Human Resource Management’s Blue Ribbon Commission on Racial Equityhared their thoughts on how to apply recent SHRM research on racism to the employee experience.
Here are seven best practices for combating ageism that were shared during a Smart Stage presentation Wednesday at the Society for Human Resource Management’s INCLUSION 2020 virtual conference.
Hispanic Heritage Month concludes Oct. 15 and it’s not too late for organizations large and small to celebrate the largest minority group in the U.S. SHRM Online has collected the following examples of how companies are observing the month.
The coronavirus pandemic and the sudden shift to remote work complicates what was already a major challenge for HR: cultivating and managing an inclusive workplace.