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The Royal Academy of Engineering has called for profession-wide culture change and regular benchmarking of progress in order to create a truly inclusive culture within the UK engineering profession. The initiative follows the publication of …

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Very Important Posts about diversity and inclusion that could transform your workplace.


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.


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

Six reasons why you should become a mentor in 2016

A simple, yet powerful idea: established Canadian professionals support newcomers reconnect with their careers in Canada. That is what mentoring’s all about!
While mentoring is a proven strategy – over 75% of all mentees have found …

100abcwomen winners

100abcwomen has announced its winners for 2016. These individuals have devoted their efforts and demonstrated leadership in the advancement of black women and girls in Canada. The list of recipients are http://www.100abcwomen.ca/100-abc-winners/.100abcwomen is an informative …


The café is at Alder Hall at Colorado State University. It not only serves a variety of ethnic foods but also helps international students with language challenges and their integration into society. This alone makes …

Sodexo director wins prestigious national award

Normand St. Gelais, Sodexo’s Director of Diversity and Inclusion, has been named the 2016 Diversity and Inclusion Practitioner of the Year by the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI).The award recognizes outstanding individuals who …

Top 8 Strategies for successful Aboriginal businesses

Windigo Catering. a project partner with the Windigo First Nation Council, that provides on-the-job skills development, suggests the following ‘recipe for success’ to First Nations organizations.
1. Run business ventures under separate ‘for-profit’ channels. Don’t confuse …

Changing Workforce: The Case for Diversity in Canada’s Trucking Industry

TruckingHR Canada is offering a free download that is an overview of best practices of and promises great results for bringing diversity and inclusion to your fleet. And we repeat: It’s FREE. To find out …

The Path to Executive: What’s Different for Women

By Maxine Clarke and Julie Chesley
Presently, while 66 percent of business undergraduate females (Powell & Butterfield, 2013) and 78 percent of women in upper-level management roles (Vachon & Lavis, 2013) aspire to senior executive positions, women …

Diversity Coloring Book

Dream Big! More than a Princess con­sists of 25 illus­tra­tions of women in a variety of careers, making empowering, inspirational declarations such as “I’m going to be a pro­grammer and become a leader in technology.” …

Harnessing diversity for global success: Thales Canada

When it comes to communication, Thales Canada knows a lot. Be it delivering urban rail signalling systems, avionics or military command and control systems to customers at home and around the world. The company also …

Five Outstanding Women Honoured by Famous 5 Ottawa and Governor General

Political leader and activist the Honourable Monique Bégin was one of five outstanding Canadian women to be honoured by Famous 5 Ottawa as a nation builder.
Bégin was joined by Montreal academic and advocate Marie-Thérèse Chicha; …