Leaders set the tone for organizational culture
Diversity expert Ritu Bhasin says an inclusive workplace culture starts with inclusive leadership.
How to lead on inclusion
Being inclusive, and not just diverse, is an important part of a corporate brand.
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Press Release: Leaders of Toronto’s Professional Immigrant Associations Gather To Share Knowledge and Pay It Forward For New Immigrants
Toronto, ON (June 13, 2018) – Leaders of major professional immigrant associations in the Greater Toronto Area are convening this evening at the YMCA Centre at 20 Grosvenor Street, Toronto Ontario. The associations are a part of Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs)...read more
Statement from the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) on the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario’s Election Victory
Toronto, ON (June 8, 2018) – Congratulations to Premier-Elect Doug Ford and the newly elected Progressive Conservative government of Ontario. The Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) looks forward to working with all of the newly and re-elected Members...read more
Many employers recognize that having a diverse and inclusive culture is a part of their corporate brand. And the tone is set from the top because such a culture starts with inclusive leadership. But how do leaders go about communicating the “power of inclusion” to the...read more
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