This article is written from the perspective of an outside job applicant and provides a useful checklist, which can also be used internally to help predict how your D&I efforts will be perceived.
Joe explains how there are 2 desired outcomes from a career planning conversations: 1) Clear Goal(s) 2) An understanding of the motivations that underlie the goal(s) He then provides a concrete list of suggestions on how to juggle the cultural and organizational dynamics of providing career advice.
Tasia describes the process that went into building the employee handbook at Nylas, along with highlights from a few different sections including: • Remote work • Terminology • PTO • Caretaker leave policy • Employee education benefit program
David describes a 2-year diversity and inclusion journey, across both its successes and challenges. He covers: • How did the journey start? • Accountability and Sustainability • Power in Numbers • Top of the (recruiting) funnel • Are we there yet? Not even close… • D&I 2.0
Sherry covers multiple ways to foster career development, including: • Surveying Engineers About Tooling • Striving for Being in the ‘Flow Zone’ • Cultivating Collaboration • Holding Retrospectives for Your 1:1s • Regularly Reviewing Career Ladders with Engineers She also covers a few things to avoid: • Conducting surveys then ignoring the feedback you receive • Treating career ladders as checklists for promotion
This article describes Warby Parker's employee experience, across onboarding, communication, celebrations, mission reminders, and ongoing learning.