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How To Support Immigrants In The Workforce
With the influx of immigrants to Canada, there will be many new faces and cultures in the workplace. Dr. Saska gives some insights on the benefits and what employers should know about hiring and supporting newcomers at work.
The Problem with Workplace Wellness Programs? They Don’t Work for Everyone
Workplace wellness programs often fail to meet the diverse needs of employees. Dr. Saska emphasizes the importance of addressing systemic issues and adopting a collective approach to well-being in the workplace.
Ramadan Highlights How Workplaces Can Better Support Muslim Employees
Dr. Saska spoke with Tara Deschamps of The Canadian Press about why companies are not making religious issues as much of a priority as gender, as an example, and how companies can tangibly support Muslim team members.
Did you know new research shows that 1 in 10 women leave the workforce because of menopause? Dr. Saska speaks with Sarah Laing of The Kit about the intersection of ageism and sexism, the general ignorance around menopause, and how to bring it to leadership's attention.
The Queen's death brought up a lot of complicated feelings about Britain's colonial past and present. Dr. Saska shares some thoughts with Colton Praill about the importance of telling human stories in all of their complexity.
DEI Needs To Be About More Than Written Reports and Empty Promises
Dr. Saska shares some thoughts about the "ebbs and flows" of DEI efforts with Shellene Drakes-Tull. Indeed, too many strategies are not built with longevity in mind or owned by the entire group. And they're certainly not prioritized during economic instability.
Corporate Diversity Roles Fraught With Retention Issues, Emotional Toll
Dr. Saska and Steph Rebello speak with Tara Deschamps about experiencing burnout in under-resourced, surface-level corporate DEI. Indeed, being the lone expert on a complicated topic meant to transform every corner of a company is difficult.
Cancel Culture and Accountability In The Workplace
Dr. Saska spoke with Ian White about zero tolerance policies, due process, and how "blaming and shaming" doesn't encourage people to be better. Indeed, it's important to afford people space to learn and grow. No one's perfect!
Why Understanding Intersectionality Is A Crucial Step In Creating Inclusive Workplaces
People’s overlapping identities and lived experiences can complicate their relationship to prejudice and oppression. Dr. Saska explains to Déjà Leonard how organizations can support those most marginalized in the workplace.
Who Gets Left Out When We Talk About Professional Office Attire?
Dr. Saska and KT Venti explain to Victoria Christie that "professional" office attire leaves many women and nonbinary folks feeling ostracized as it is often coded in racist, sexist, ableist, sizeist, and classist ideologies.
Dr. Saska speaks with Justin Crann about how the Request For Proposal (RFP) process is antithetical to equity-centric principles and often creates hurdles for business owners experiencing marginalization.
Dr. Saska explains to John Dujay how workplaces can more inclusively plan for the holiday season by auditing the Christmas party budget, implementing flexible time off policies, and considering non-normative experiences, as examples.
Dr. Saska explains to Vawn Himmelsbach how unconscious bias can be found throughout the lifecycle of a vehicle; from product design, to sales and marketing, to the customer experience at the dealership. The results range from offensive, disappointing, to dangerous (when you're not the normative default.)
How HR and People Leaders Can Create an LGBTQ2+ Inclusive Workplace Culture
Dr. Saska and Keith Plummer lead a webinar on how leaders can create a more inclusive culture for non-binary team members through building a shared language and designing inclusive benefits, as examples.
Dr. Saska gives a talk in Toronto where she argues that it's up to us to guide technology and the disruption that comes with it through the decisions we make on a daily basis as citizens, consumers, and investors.
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