Why nepotism is not a sound business practice and suggests that employers should consider implementing well-defined anti-nepotism policies that ensure workers are not directly supervising or evaluating the performance of a family member.
Carroll Wright, Kurt Erickson and Susan Fitzke talk about Minnesota’s CROWN Act, which provides explicit protection from any adverse employment action due to an employee's hair texture or style associated with the person's race. (Subscription required.)
Julian Wolfson says it’s important for employers to ensure that diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives take disability into consideration by acknowledging that disability is an important form of diversity.
Because of racial and ethnic disparities in educational attainment in the U.S., Cindy-Ann Thomas said eliminating college credential requirements when hiring can increase employers’ opportunities for a more diverse candidate slate.