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How to Keep Your Team Happy and Engaged

A happy and engaged employee is a productive employee. Here are eight inexpensive ways to keep your team engaged, motivated, happy, and productive.

1. Recognize and appreciate your team

Employees who feel recognized and appreciated will typically be more engaged …

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Gender Diversity in the Workplace | How to Welcome Non-Binary Staff

Illustration by Marian Blair

Being inclusive of gender diverse staff in the workplace is a meaningful way to ensure non-binary people feel supported and content in their professional environment. Whether there are non-binary people already on your team or you’re …

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Should Your Events Include a Land Acknowledgement Statement?

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If you live in Canada, Australia, or New Zealand, you’ve probably seen or heard a native land acknowledgement—a verbal or written statement honoring the Indigenous occupants of the area where an organization works or an event takes …

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Advice for employers looking to onboard neurodivergent candidates

Recently, College Recruiter asked CEOs, HR leaders, and other people in the hiring sphere for their best advice for employers looking to improve their DEI by hiring students and recent grads with neurodivergence. Here’s what they had to say:

Advice …

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Tips for diverse candidates looking to optimize their job search

Finding a job is, more often than not, a lengthy and difficult process. When you’re competing with hundreds of resumes from applicants of different backgrounds, it can be frustrating to say the least. For Black and Indigenous people and people …

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