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Los 7 mejores artículos de diversidad y equidad del 2022

Seleccionamos algunos de los mejores artículos de este año para que te mantengas informada/o acerca del panorama internacional de diversidad y equidad.


1. Women in the Workplace

Women leaders are switching jobs at the highest rates we’ve ever seen, and ambitious young women are prepared to do the same. To make meaningful and sustainable progress toward gender equality, companies need to go beyond table stakes. That’s according to the latest Women in the Workplace report from McKinsey, in partnership with LeanIn.Org.


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2. Companies have ‘diversity fatigue.’ This is how to fix it

The demand for change and tangible action remains strong. But the will to see them through to meaningful execution has ebbed. This is how companies can address this boom or bust cycle of progress towards DEI goals.


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3. Active allyship: Do your LGBTQ+ employees feel supported and included?

Companies highlight their outreach efforts during Pride Month, but LGBTQ+ workers persistently report microaggressions and feelings of isolation at work. Here’s how LGBTQ+ employees report their workplace experience.


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4. LinkedIn Data Shows Women Are Less Likely to Have Strong Networks — Here’s What Companies Should Do You’ve heard about the gender pay gap — but there’s another gap that’s nearly as important, though much less discussed: The network gap.

A weaker network means less access to job opportunities. It also means companies may be missing some of the best candidates: Those who have the right skills, but lack the right connections.

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5. Supporting employees in the work-life balancing act

Work-life balance often feels elusive. But same-gender working couples take different approaches to dividing responsibilities—have they cracked the code?


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6. The Secrets of Successful Female Networkers A new study sheds light on their strategies. “I was talking with many women about how to improve their networks, the challenges they face, and what they and their organizations could do better, and I realized that all the studies on the issue were pretty old and narrow,” explains Inga Carboni, a professor at William & Mary’s Mason School of Business and the study’s lead author. “I couldn’t answer their questions Leelo acá>


7. The state of burnout for women in the workplace

Women are doing more to support employee well-being but face higher stress levels as a result. Here’s how leaders can help.


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