Der Europavergleich zum Deutschen Diversity Tag 2017

Kommunizieren deutsche Konzerne Diversity mehr oder weniger als ihre europäischen Wettbewerber? Oder einfach anders? Eine vergleichende Analyse, die seit 2007 bereits zum fünften Mal durchgeführt wurde, zeigt: Deutsche Großunternehmen platzieren Diversity deutlicher im Kontext sozialer Verantwortung als dies in Europa üblich ist. Zudem sind die Themen Frauenförderung und Work/Life-Balance deutlich überrepräsentiert. „Eine unglückliche Kombination“, meinen Experten.

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EU survey shows remaining gender differences, challenges for work-life-balance and obstacles for older workers

Eurofound, the European Foundation for Working and Living Conditions, has recently released its sixth edition of the Working Conditions Survey, conducting almost 36.000 interviews with employees and self-employed about different areas of work-life. In in-depth look at the survey also provides valuable information on the status quo and on trends with regard to work-life balance or employment of older workers.

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A reminder for all of us: Lebanese learning from classroom diversity

A current study by International Alert shows that pupils from different backgrounds view each other more positively when they learn together in mixed classes compared to those studying separately. The finding is particularly relevant with regard to the stereotype reduction effect it shows which is relevant in many everyday workplace situations and for segregated education approaches that still exist.

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Pre-orders for IBCR 3.1 (2016) can be placed now: The updated Business Case contains 200+ selected studies

Many studies claim to describe the business benefits of D&I. Critics, however, often challenge the research methodology or other aspects. The updated 3rd edition of the unique International Business Case Report (IBCR 3.1) contains 1-page summaries of 203 studies which were all checked for significance, robustness, validity, reliability and, if applicable, for statistical bias.

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