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  • What Good Looks Like

    What Good Looks Like is a series of case studies documenting how employers have implemented equitable talent practices.

  • Engaging Frontline Employee Voice Executive Brief

    Engaging Frontline Employee Voice helps employers unlock efficiency, productivity and innovation while better supporting the frontline

  • How Change Happens

    How Change Happens offers a change management strategy designed to shift mental models about inequitable talent systems and economic…

  • Advancing Frontline Employees of Color

    Employers of frontline talent face an unprecedented opportunity to advance racial equity as a source of competitive advantage.The United…

  • Advancing Frontline Women

    12 evidence-based practices companies can employ to help break down barriers women face in the workplace, while simultaneously creating…

  • Case Studies: Good Companies, Good Jobs

    Compendium of "pioneeringʺ employer case studies developed by the MIT Sloan School and Hitachi Foundation, with emphasis on the…

  • The Stable Scheduling Study

    Analysis of scheduling practices at national retail store, The Gap, and how certain interventions, such as tech-enabled shift swapping,…

  • The Good Jobs Strategy

    Research and writing on why job-quality strategies can provide a “win-win” for both employers and workers.

  • NOD Resources and Practices

    The National Organization on Disabilities organizes best practices companies looking to hire and retain people with disabilities.

  • The Competitive Advantage of Racial Equity

    Developed in partnership with PolicyLink and funded by the Ford and W.K. Kellogg foundations, The Competitive Advantage of Racial…

  • Investing in Entry Level Talent

    Compendium of evidence-based best practices for retaining frontline workers- and the positive business impact of doing so.

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