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Strategies that Encourage Disability Self-Identification

Companies recognize the importance of building and nurturing an inclusive culture while attracting and retaining diverse talent to meet business needs. Often, the first step in achieving this is to track the composition of employees from recruitment to advancement against...
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Empowering Neurodiverse Employees to Bring Their Authentic Selves to Work

Given the increasing amount of time people spend at work and the blurring boundaries between work and family, employees demand more from their jobs than higher wages and perks. As a result, they look for authenticity from their leaders and other ways employers can support...
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How to Properly Prepare Candidates for the Interviewing Process

Job interviewing can be stressful and intimidating for everyone, especially those with anxiety or those who struggle with effective communication. Seldom do we convey our knowledge, skills, and experience optimally during the interview. We feel under time pressure, so it is...
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Mental Health Support Will Be Crucial As Employees Return to the Office

Sandra Kuhn, partner and national leader for behavioral health consulting at Mercer opened Rethink Benefits and Whil’s mental health summit “Addressing Your Employees’ Professional, Personal & Parenting Needs: Bringing Visibility to the Invisible” with a strong and timely...
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To Survive The Competitive Post-Pandemic Labor Market, Employers Must Focus on Well-Being

2021 will be a disruptive year for companies as they transition back to the office. And the buzzword that’s on every employee’s mind as they return? Well-being. Josh Bersin, president and founder of Bersin & Associates, explained how well-being and corporate growth go...
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Managers and Leaders Must Focus On Their Own Mental Health to Better Support Their Employees

To support workers, leaders need to start with themselves and model wellness strategies. The message of the client panel during the mental health summit, “Addressing Your Employees’ Professional, Personal & Parenting Needs: Bringing Visibility to the Invisible,” was clear....
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How to Implement Universal Design for a Neurodiverse Workforce

Universal Design, by definition, is: “The design and composition of an environment so that it can be accessed, understood, and used to the greatest extent possible by all people, regardless of their age, size, ability or disability.” This article will show you how universal...
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Understanding 5 Blockers That Keep Us Stuck in the Past

Many of us have difficulty letting go of the past and moving on with our lives. For some of us, it can feel downright impossible, and it can have serious consequences to our physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Attachment to the past is such an ingrained...
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Mindfulness And The 21st Century Economy, Part 5 of 5: What A More Mindful Economy Might Look Like?

In response to Jeffrey Sachs’ call for ‘an improved and updated economic anthropology’, we conclude this series of articles by focussing on capacities based on human awareness - and thereby pointing to a more human-centered (and, perhaps, less ‘algorithmic’) picture of the...
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