Welcome to (DI)SCUSS, the preeminent newsletter ondiversity and inclusionbest practices. Here you'll find the latest news on how companies promote and foster inclusive environments and gain valuable insight into the practical implications of diverse talent recruitment and engagement.
African-Americans have broken a number of business barriers, from the first black CEO of an S&P 500 company to the first black patent holder. Get to know the entrepreneurs who paved the way for generations to come.
Startups with ethnically diverse founders tend to outperform their all-white peers when they go public or are acquired, a new report shows. And while diverse firms have less access to venture capital early on, they tend to raise more money in subsequent rounds.
Research consistently shows that gender stereotypes give men a leadership advantage, but those same stereotypes might also give women an edge. Women are more effective servant leaders, according to a new study, allowing them to coax greater performance out of their teams.
The new wave of co-working is black-owned and inclusive. Co-working spaces designed to make people of color feel safe and prioritized are on the rise in cities like New York and Los Angeles.
Professional networks similar to LinkedIn have set out to solve the tech industry's lack of diversity, starting with its most underrepresented group: black employees.
About 85% of people with learning disabilities are unemployed globally. With National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month in March, learn how to support neurodiversity in the workplace.
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