Businesses are more creative with anti-discrimination policies than those without

'Pro-LGBT individuals tend to be more creative than anti-LGBT individuals.'

The news from a recent study shows that businesses come up with more ideas when they anti-discrimination policies in place.
‘In our research we examine the effect of US state-level ENDAs (state-level employment nondiscrimination acts) on innovation,’ researchers Huasheng Gao and Wei Zhang write in the Harvard Business Review. ...

Working World May Change Thanks to Generation Z, Study Reveals

HR needs to prepare for these employees, who blend old-school values with digital-native expectations
Get ready, HR: Not only is Generation Z entering the workforce, it may change the way work gets done.
This according to a new survey report from global job board Monster, which reveals, among many other things, that innovations in digital communications and the ability to always be connected may change how everyone works. ...

Violence Prevention Programs

Violence prevention programs should establish goals and objectives, as well as methods to reach those ends. The goals and objectives, of course, differ based on the size, complexity, and type of work done in the particular workplace for which the policy is being developed, and should be readily adaptable to different situations within that workplace. ...

Poll: Young Americans overwhelmingly favor LGBT rights

WASHINGTON (AP) — Young people in America overwhelmingly support LGBT rights when it comes to policies on employment, health care and adoption, according to a new survey.
The GenForward survey of Americans ages 18-30 found that support for those policies has increased over the past two years, especially among young whites. ...

Why Businesses Worry About Civil Rights for LGBT Workers

Employment law firm Littler Mendelson expects a spike in LGBT discrimination lawsuits.
Last June, the U.S. Supreme Court made history by granting LGBT people in the U.S. the legal right to marry their loved ones.
Since that time, approximately 123,000 same-sex marriages have taken place, according to the Gallup Organization, and there are now about 491,000 such marriages in the U. ...

Bud Light debuts trans-inclusive TV spot

Bud Light debuts trans-inclusive TV spot
Bud Light today debuted a TV ad featuring transgender actor Ian Harvie and included a message of support for "people of all genders." The trans-affirming ad will air nationally across 20 networks. ...