In our Culture team meetings, we read and discuss a thought-provoking article each week. Last year, we listed our favorite finds. Today, we’re excited to continue this tradition and share the inspiring pieces that helped us better serve our employees this year.
Is it time we redefine what it means to look “professional,” especially on platforms like LinkedIn? Executive coach Bisi Alimi shared his perspective with us in a recent interview.
Progressive groups and medical organizations have adopted inclusive language, which has led to terms like “pregnant people” and “chestfeeding.”
To realize the benefits of interdependent teamwork for all employees, focus on three areas: ensuring teams are working on interdependent tasks; training all team members to work interdependently; and outwardly value interdependent teamwork.
Preferring they/them pronouns isn’t synonymous with being nonbinary. After all, pronouns describe one’s identity—they don’t define it.
Age beliefs in our society need to be regarded as more positive and powerful than they currently are.
The site the author worked at had more than 100 enslaved workers associated with it—27 people serving the household alone, outnumbering the home’s three white residents by a factor of nine. Yet many guests who visited the house and took the tour reacted with hostility to hearing a presentation that focused more on the slaves than on the owners.
For passengers who use wheelchairs, air travel in the United States can be an embarrassing, uncomfortable, and perilous prospect.
The term “fusion” as a signifier of an inventive variation on “East meets West cooking”—itself a ridiculous, outmoded generalization—continues to lurk in the margins of American dining culture and food writing.
New research shows small gestures matter even more than we may think.
For a deaf man used to broken promises, a video message delivers a fresh start.