Preview: SAN DIEGO – Latinas, primary caregivers, men of color, veterans, and workers with disabilities or chronic health conditions are among the groups of San Diego employees most negatively impacted by lack of equity in the workplace, according to a new study by the Kim Center for Social Balance.
Uniting for Workplace Equity: COVID impact on women entrepreneurs (Part 3 of 3)
Watch the panel here on Facebook Live March 15, 2022 The Kim Center is a nonprofit dedicated to accelerating the achievement of equal status for employees of all personal and professional backgrounds. Our work is driven by the research-based conclusion that widespread cultural transformation requires united local action. One of the critical first steps is making sure different stakeholder groups …
Study finds Latinas Underrepresented in Corporate America
Fox 5 Monday, July 12, 2021 By Salvador Rivera SAN DIEGO (Border Report) — The findings of the first-ever regional report on the status of Latinas in the workplace are revealing and concerning, officials with MANA de San Diego said. MANA is a non-profit working to empower Latinas. It commissioned a study conducted by the Kim Center for Social Balance …
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