Each year, as the Chamber Foundation hosts the Talent Forward national workforce conference, we focus on talent—educating and training, talent tech and data, recruiting, hiring, and upskilling. With no shortage of talent challenges, the opportunities for informative discussion are endless. While a day devoted to dissecting talent-related topics could focus solely on the problems, Talent Forward is all about the solutions.
Piper Kerman, Coss Marte, and other contributing authors explore the businesses, entrepreneurs, and nonprofits connecting inmates and ex-offenders with jobs.
New Research Finds Inclusive Policies Are Most Effective When Paired With External Support For LGBT Employees
More than ever before, businesses need to foster inclusive cultures to not only attract and retain top talent—but to remain competitive. There are practical strategies and tangible benefits for businesses of all sizes to focus on inclusion.
While there is already research demonstrating the benefits of LGBT-inclusive policies on a company’s employees and its bottom line, the impacts and changes on organizational culture are not as well understood.
The U.S. Chamber Foundation's TRAVEL FORWARD summit is a future-looking platform to explore the people, ideas, and innovations moving the travel industry forward. On May 9, the summit brought together entrepreneurs, business leaders, and tech experts who discussed the innovations and emerging technologies that are making travel more efficient, personalized, accessible, interactive, affordable, and safe. TRAVEL FORWARD covered topics such as high-tech transportation, space tourism, micro hotels, customer service robots, AI, personalized travel, and more.
On Wednesday, April 10, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation hosted a webinar, "The Positive Impact of LGBT-Inclusive Practices in the Workplace," to explore our latest research release, developed in conjunction with our Inclusion Incorporated initiative.