Organizations of all types are now reconsidering their approach to employer branding, and realising employees and candidates want to understand the employee value proposition first before they engage with the ‘hype’.
Inclusiveness continues to remain a concern despite several laws and regulations. While observation and communication are the key answers to D&I questions, some reports reveal that a remote workplace is more inclusive.
They are more likely to work in a culturally unsafe environment, less likely to be supported against discrimination, and have the highest cultural load. How can employers ease that burden?
The ASX-listed firm is beefing up the management team of its life sciences business as it expands in Europe and Southeast Asia.
Apart from protests, the global fast-food chain is also facing a US$500m class-action suit over what complainants perceive to be a culture of "pervasive sexual harassment".
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Roman Matla, Director, APAC Diversity & Employee Engagement, Google helps embed DEI&B that mirrors your organisation's values into your culture.
A culture that prioritizes employee experience will be the reason employees choose to stay: Katharine Coombes, Culture Amp
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