What Should Be on Your Radar During Women’s History Month
As we reach the final weeks of Women’s History Month, we spent time diving into the best content recently created by, for, and about women. Read on to see our list of resources to help you win in your own career.
How Major U.S. Companies Marked Black History Month
As Black History Month comes to a close, we at Raines Perspectives want to highlight some of the ways companies and their Diversity & Inclusion programs promoted and honored Black leaders and stories this month.
Diversity & Inclusion: Year in Review, and What We Look Forward To
Though not exhaustive, here are some Diversity and inclusion events that took place in 2016, and what we at Raines International hope for in 2017.
Microsoft Takes Steps Toward More Diverse Staff in Tech & Legal
In November, Microsoft said it would begin linking executive bonuses to diversity goals, Bloomberg reported. While Bloomberg didn’t reveal any details of the bonus incentive, the move is a promising effort to encourage management to be active in encouraging diversity.
Diversity Leaders You Should Follow on Twitter
As we prepare for 2017, we at Raines International wanted to recommend top leaders in diversity you should follow to stay abreast of the latest in diversity in business.
Great Place to Work: Top 10 Companies for Diversity
Fortune recently released its annual Great Place to Work survey. At Raines International, we’d like to highlight the top 10 companies and note their high representation of diverse executives and staff.
The Approaching Wave: The Companies That Will Force Ad Agencies to Embrace Diversity
A discussion of race and gender has been taking place among advertising agency executives, and that discussion is being led by the brands they represent.
Why NBA’s All-Star Game Moving Matters and What it Means for Inclusion in Sports
The NBA made a $100 million decision this summer when it moved the 2017 NBA All-Star Weekend out of Charlotte, NC.