Fostering Diversity and Purpose at Work

A 3p Series in Partnership with PwC

As the faces and attitudes of the world change, companies are grappling with how to attract diverse talent and develop a culture that connects people to a purposeful work. The business community recognizes that recruiting and retaining a diverse and motivated workforce is crucial to innovation, services and growth, but it is often difficult to execute these ideas.

In this series, we will examine these timely topics and seek to understand a company’s role in supporting an equal and purposeful workplace and society.

The Bill of Rights: Speech and Guns in the Private Workplace

What rights do employees have under the Bill of Rights? When it comes to the private workplace, surprisingly little. We speak with experts…

Purposeful Work: Why All Generations Want to Find Meaning in the Day-to-Day

Everyone wants to find purpose in their jobs. A recent PwC survey of 1,500 employees and 500 C-Suite leaders in 39 industries proved…

Companies As Activists: Brands Take A Stand For Justice

“Many people think they have to leave their politics at the door, but this couldn’t be further from the truth,” Bob Keener of…

Memorial Day … Every Day

PwC Chairman Bob Moritz recently said the most significant way to memorialize the men and women who have made the ultimate of sacrifices…

How Companies Can Support Transgender Employees

Everyone within an organization, not just those within the human resources department, needs to know the practicalities of supporting a newly-transitioning employee —…

Businesses Grow By Turning Disability into Accessibility

Accessibility is no longer defined by the concrete ramp that leads up to your office door. It's defined by how your business represents…

Code the Dream Works to Bring Coding Skills to Immigrants

Code the Dream is hoping to turn things around for low income and immigrant communities through tech. Based in Durham, North Carolina, the…

Closing the Wealth Gap Through Financial Literacy

The wealth gap cuts across generations, gender and race. One solution? Better financial literacy starting at a young age.

Women Still Have an Uphill Climb in the World of Sports

The surge in popularity of women’s tennis, and tennis for both genders, just do not support the idea that men are far more…

SXSW: Q&A with Kathryn Finney, Creator of First Accelerator for Black and Latina Tech Founders

Set to open this summer in Atlanta, the Big Innovation Center powered by DigitalUndivided is the first innovation center focused on the success…

3p Weekend: Employee Benefits That Enhance Corporate Culture

While it can be tricky to calculate the ROI of giving employees sweet perks like gym memberships and subsidized daycare, countless success stories…

Empowering Men As Gender Equity Advocates

One important way to help women achieve gender equality is to engage men.

Geena Davis: Hollywood Could Create Gender Equality Tomorrow

Girls and boys become what they see on TV and in films. “In the time it takes to write a TV show or…

Minimizing Unconscious Bias in Talent Management

"The recruiting process is a great example of where many businesses are moving beyond what has 'always worked' and looking for ways to…

Bringing Your ‘Whole Self’ to Work Is Harder Than It Sounds

The running concept of bringing one’s 'whole self' to work is riddled with ideological flaws. As part of our continued discussion on diversity…

What Does It Mean To Be a Truly Diverse Company?

Here's the problem: While there is widespread recognition that we need diversity, there is far less agreement on what being diverse actually means.

Men Advancing the Gender Agenda

When PwC advisory consultant Peter Yobo moved from Ghana to the U.S., he found it "amazing" that American women could go to school,…