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6 Major Australian Sports Organizations sign up for Pride in Sport Index

In a world first, six major Australian sporting codes, including all professional football codes, have signed up to a national benchmarking framework to evaluate their efforts to better include lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex …

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Organizations and individuals recognized for their outstanding diversity efforts in the workplace or the community.


Proven tips, tools & strategies that can effectively transform a workforce or an entire organization.


Guest columnists who have been in the trenches and have something to say about it.


Easy, common sense steps for engaging a diverse workforce or creating a culture of inclusion.


The No-Nonsense Guide to Workplace Inclusion


Fact 1      

We wrote this book for you.

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Fact 2

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Fact 3

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Diversity Awards NZ

Now in their 19th year, the Diversity Awards NZ recognize and celebrate the New Zealand businesses and organizations championing diversity and inclusion in the workplace. The full list of winners include New Zealand Police (Supreme Award/ …

The business case for diversity & inclusion: DuPont

DuPont – recently recognized as one of DiverstyInc’s “25 Noteworthy Companies for Diversity“, by the National Association of Female Executives as one of the “Top Companies for Executive Women”, and with a 100% score on …

Pride in Sport Index

Following the release of the Out on the Fields study, nine major Australian sports committed to eliminate homophobia. Seven of those sports have also agreed to participate in the Pride in Sport Index (PSI),  the …

The Internal Audit

It takes over 1850 officers with the Durham Regional Police Service to cover a territory that stretches west from Pickering to Bowmanville, north from Lake Ontario to Beaverton. So the organization felt it was essential …

2016 Top 50 Women Lawyers

The National Diversity Council has announced the 2016 Top 50 Women Lawyers. “The 2016 Top 50 Women Lawyers highlights the most extraordinary female leaders in the industry,” said Dennis Kennedy, Founder and Chair of the …

Reasonable Accommodation Includes Electronic Accessibility

Computers, mobile devices, and the Internet are integral parts of today’s workplace. Employees email, log into various systems and programs, complete employer forms, and manage their time online. Job seekers research employers and submit job …

New app for guests with disabilities: Omni Hotels & Resorts

eSSENTIAL Accessibility and Omni Hotels & Resorts have partnered to launch the eSSENTIAL Accessibility app, an exciting accessibility initiative for guests with disabilities. The eSSENTIAL Accessibility app provides keyboard and mouse replacement tools that help …

Ending discriminatory dress codes

By Richa Sandill
My favourite part about the intersection between employment and human rights law is its dynamism. It is constantly evolving to respond to new challenges — or perhaps more accurately, respond to the important …

Catalyst Announces 2016 Catalyst Canada Honours Champions

Catalyst has announced the 2016 Catalyst Canada Honours Champions—four exceptional corporate leaders who have made transformational contributions to advancing women and inclusion in the workplace. Catalyst is also recognizing for the first time three Emerging …

Demographic Demands: The business case for diversity

By John G. Smith
Recruiters in Canada’s trucking industry appear to be overlooking massive labor pools, and a recent report from Trucking HR Canada is making the business case to connect with several under-represented demographic groups.
“We …