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Diversity & Inclusion: Laura Liswood and the ‘Noah’s Ark paradox’

Laura Liswood, Council of Women World Leaders Secretary General and author of ‘The Loudest Duck, Moving Beyond Diversity’, engages in an enticing dissertation on how to tackle the diversity and inclusion challenges within our organizations.

Refugees at work: the catalyst of social integration

Refugee employment is a crucial means of social integration and intercultural enrichment, beyond helping to address labour force imbalances. In the European Union, however, it takes a refugee between 15 and 19 years to reach average employment levels.

Global Sports and Inclusion Day

Harnessing diversity as a driver of innovation, requires a long-term, holistic approach of training and culture change. To bring D&I to life, we held our second Global Sports and Inclusion Day (GS&ID) at Nottwil Swiss Paraplegic Centre. Through a mix of sports and workshops, we brought together employees, clients, athletes and experts to share their experience, air their challenges, and most importantly to co-create real solutions.

Watch GTCI 2018 launch event video streaming

Watch the 2018 GTCI launch event in Davos, and discover the ranking of countries and cities in terms of how well they grow, attract and retain talent. #GTCI World Economic Forum #WEF18 Learn more: https://gtcistudy.com/

Fight for what you love

To celebrate International Women’s Day 2018, we feature three of our leading women from Japan, China and Poland as they share their own challenges, inspirations and achievements as part of the global journey towards equal treatment and opportunity for all at work.

Inclusion as a source of competitive advantage

An inclusive environment is a key driver for people engagement and will enhance the performance of organizations in the long term. Shanthi Flynn, the Adecco Group Chief Human Resources Office believes that, “in the fast changing, hyperconnected economy we operate in, organizations cannot be truly competitive if inclusion is not wired into their DNA.”

Improving diversity and inclusion through athlete integration

Diversity of thought and the freedom to be your authentic self bring out the best in people and in teams – hence they should be encouraged.

Zurich is the #1 ranking city in the 2018 Global Talent Cities Competitiveness Index

Zurich is the #1 ranking city in the 2018 Global Talent Cities Competitiveness Index.
Mayor Corine Mauch talks about the value of openness and diversity for the city and her experience as the first female Mayor.

GTCI 2018 Launch Event Highlights

Discover the global ranking of countries and cities on how well they grow, attract and retain talent.

Building a winning team through diversity

The perfect team is built through a holistic approach leveraging the key traits of all team members to capitalize on the strengths and compensate the weaknesses. By integrating athletes within the workplace, organizations gain key skills like drive, goal orientation, team spirit, while also increasing diversity.

GTCI 2018 theme unveil: Diversity for Competitiveness

The Adecco Group and Tata Communications unveil that the Global Talent Competitiveness Index 2018 focuses on how diversity and inclusion can be leveraged to attract, retain, and develop talent and realise a more sustainable, innovative, and eventually shared, future of work.

The power of empathy: Pablo Pineda on inclusion and creating a new business culture

Pablo Pineda works with the Adecco Foundation in Spain as a labour integration coach, with the goal of helping employers and other decision-makers to build a more inclusive and innovative work environment and society at large.