Alliances and solidarity for a better workplace: Advancing Asia’s progress in LGBTI inclusion

Alliances and solidarity for a better workplace: Advancing Asia’s progress in LGBTI inclusion

June 5, 2018

In Asia, progress has traditionally been slow with regards to the inclusion and recognition of human rights for LGBTI individuals and communities, especially in the workplace. However, there has been steady progress in the past year on both policy and business fronts.

The power of mentorship

The power of mentorship

May 14, 2018

Krishna Nadella is the Head of Sales for New Content and Regulatory Solutions for the Americas at Bloomberg LP. Being a citizen of three nations has helped him better understand the positive impact diverse backgrounds and cultures have on how we interact in the work space.

Opening up the conversation about mental health

Opening up the conversation about mental health

May 14, 2018

At Bloomberg, we’re committed to creating a workforce that is confident in understanding, protecting and sustaining the mental health of our colleagues, friends and families. That’s why we’ve introduced the Mental Health First Aider role in our London office, complementing our existing benefit and resource offerings.

5 Things companies can do to attract diverse talent

5 Things companies can do to attract diverse talent

May 8, 2018

By taking intentional action on this front, companies can make sure they have a variety of perspectives contributing to their products — from women to minorities to veterans–and be more successful for it.

Asian Americans climb the corporate ladder, but only so high

Asian Americans climb the corporate ladder, but only so high

May 1, 2018

The absence of Asians in senior leadership poses a challenge to advocates for racial and ethnic diversity within big corporations.

Stereotyping Asian-Americans: Harvard calls it ‘Diversity’ but it’s more like racial balancing

Stereotyping Asian-Americans: Harvard calls it ‘Diversity’ but it’s more like racial balancing

April 30, 2018

Two sad truths about the state of education in the United States: Our K-12 students are trailing those of other nations, and there aren’t enough homegrown pupils focused on STEM.

How Asian Americans can break through the bamboo ceiling

How Asian Americans can break through the bamboo ceiling

April 27, 2018

Asian Americans are the fastest-growing, highest-income, best-educated racial group in the U.S. While they are well represented in the non-managerial workforce, they’re often significantly under-represented in the executive suite.

Forbes 30 Under 30: Meet the young Asian immigrants making waves in America

Forbes 30 Under 30: Meet the young Asian immigrants making waves in America

April 25, 2018

Their fields are as diverse as their backgrounds — ranging from science and healthcare to tech, venture capital and even Hollywood and entertainment.

Why millennials want to be leaders in the workplace now more than ever

Why millennials want to be leaders in the workplace now more than ever

April 16, 2018

As millennials take the workforce by storm, the need to motivate and train the next generation of leaders is vital. Millennials are eager to lead but don’t feel engaged at work, which leads to job hopping and lowered expectations.

Private equity has something to add to the diversity discussion. Yes, really.

Private equity has something to add to the diversity discussion. Yes, really.

April 11, 2018

It’s not true that there’s no pipeline. But it is quite true that moving the needle on diversity is hard work. What it takes is a radical shift in hiring practices.