When we create a community around our brand, more so than just recognizing a broad audience, we begin to see people beyond “follower” or “customer” and see them as allies.
“Everyone deserves to have equal opportunities, rights, and benefits,” says María Suriano, 2018 YLAI Fellow, and founder of Masshii.
The YLAI Network consulted with a YLAI Fellowship alumni to illustrate their best practices for building an inclusive business, with insight from Betty Álvarez, René Espinoza, and Bibi la Luz González.
The YLAI Alumni Advisory Board is excited to invite you to an upcoming virtual event entitled “Challenging Gender Bias in Entrepreneurship.”
Understanding the difference between equality and equity is a great way to start thinking about treatment of others in your community and in your business.
Comprender la diferencia entre igualdad y equidad es una forma maravillosa de empezar a pensar sobre el trato que reciben otras personas en tu comunidad y en tu negocio.
The best way you can help end exclusion and isolation for marginalized groups is to work on being a strong ally. Here’s where to start.
La mejor manera de ayudar a acabar con la exclusión y el aislamiento es trabajar para ser un fuerte aliado.
Businesses have a healthier workforce, higher productivity and greater profitability when focusing on equity, diversity and inclusion. Factors such as unconscious bias can be a prominent barrier to this growth.
Dar prioridad a tener una fuerza laboral equitativa es uno de los factores decisivos para que una organización tenga mayor éxito.