State of mental health in the workplace

69% of workers say the coronavirus pandemic is the most stressful time of their entire professional career, which has aligned with stark increases in new prescriptions of antidepressant, antianxiety, and anti-insomnia medications. Human Resource Executive  For organizations across the world, mental health support is second only to infectious disease control in terms of health and safety requirements.Continue reading “State of mental health in the workplace”

3. Create Management Accountability Structure

This is the last of a 3-part series. Read more – introduction, part 1 and part 2. When the individuals making decisions do not represent the population, we inadvertently create policies that have adverse impacts or unintended consequences towards a marginalized group. Even when the course of action is equitable, leaders administering it can choose to treatContinue reading “3. Create Management Accountability Structure”

1. Revamp Your Recruitment and Interview Process to Mitigate Bias

This is part 1 of a 3-part series. You can find the introduction here. In order to attain a racially inclusive and equitable workforce, institutions must track internal demographic data, define targeted goals to attract a diverse applicant pool, eliminate bias in the hiring process, and develop a culture that retains workers of color atContinue reading “1. Revamp Your Recruitment and Interview Process to Mitigate Bias”

3 Steps to Building an Antiracist Organization

It’s impossible to disrupt our biases all the time because it’s human nature. The best and most effective way to fight racial inequity is to DISMANTLE it systemically. Systemic solutions address root issues by eliminating the way systems create and perpetuate racially inequitable outcomes. When we put race-explicit, outcome-oriented structure in place, we change theContinue reading “3 Steps to Building an Antiracist Organization”