Paul Meshanko describes how, while tolerance is easy, avoidance takes effort. Avoidance stems from suspicions about those who are perceived as different. And while it takes energy to avoid others, it also causes distress to those who feel that they are being excluded.
The ongoing national discussion after the recent Supreme Court ruling has filled the internet with passionate opinions from both sides. However, it’s clear that marriage equality has a connection to the topic of workforce diversity and inclusion, something that’s top-of-mind for many of today’s most successful companies. Within the context of the workplace, these companies understand that the issue is not just a social one. It also affects business.
Legacy Business Cultures is proud to have a presence at the upcoming Multicultural Forum on Workplace Diversity’s 25th anniversary conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota on April 9 – 11, 2013. As the country’s largest diversity and inclusion conference, the Multicultural Forum on Workplace Diversity attracts 1,200+ HR, diversity and talent acquisition leaders and practitioners from all [...]