Posts Tagged ‘blogging for diversity’

Blogging for Diversity Event Underway – Contributions Welcome!

New Immigrants, visitors, local residents and newcomers to the community are all welcome to attend and share in the dialogue/showcasing of cultural diversity in our community.   I would also like to invite you to submit short submissions about the impact of diversity to be published on the Strait Talk blog. Please also forward this […]

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Suggestions and Ideas for Promoting Inclusion and Diversity in our Community

An idea I have been pondering, was welcoming newcomers, and showcasing PR Diverse cultures to visitors. We could encourage new immigrants to touch base with settlement services by putting cards out for people to fill out and drop boxes to leave them, we pick up daily, and call back people who submitted cards, for a […]

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Resources and Tools for promoting diversity and inclusion

The Royal Bank has a section of their web site devoted to promoting diversity and inclusion at http://www.rbc.com/diversity/what-is-diversity.html The site also covers why diversity matters, and explores the demographic, social and business imperatives for why diversity and inclusion is so crucial to our community. There is also an excellent toolkit that can be downloaded from […]

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Building a Diverse Workplace: Resources for Employers

Preparing for more diverse, inclusive workplaces has a strong positive impact for businesses, in terms of how well they serve customers, and how it impacts the bottom line. The first resource for employers is the useful collection of videos from the Potential for Prosperity web site for employers to get started with hiring New Immigrants. […]

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Dialogues for Diversity – Join the Conversation

Dialogues for Diversity blogging event begins on Monday June 24 and goes till Friday June 28. Submissions of under 100 words are welcome about the significance of diversity in our community. Some ideas on what to submit for posting to our community blogging event for Diversity Week: 1. A story of how someone in the […]

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