Although it might seem like now is an inopportune time to prioritize the concept of environmental, social and governance, it is important for real estate companies to reassess this mindset to enhance profitability in the longer term and mitigate risk.
According to a recent Harvard Business Review report, investing in Diversity, Inclusion and Equity efforts can be good for a company’s fiscal health. If that’s the case, then New Jersey-based companies are leaders of the pack. “Advancing diversity and inclusion is not only the right thing to do, but also benefits an organization,” noted Montvale-based […]
The state of New Jersey has demonstrated its commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, but so have a spectrum of associations.
Although the overall share of young adults with a bachelor’s degree or higher doubled over the past 50 years, some minorities are not getting a similar seat at the table. Some New Jersey educational institutions are trying to change that.
The Cherry Hill Mall, an affiliate of PREIT, hosted the event to educate the community and professionals about available resources.
The health of Garden State residents who are 65 and older falls slightly short of the nation’s better half, according to the United Health Foundation's 11th America’s Health Rankings Senior Report.
Much has changed for older residents who no longer work. And expectations about what retirement can and should be like have shifted as well.
The health care system celebrated the opening of its new Health and Wellness Center in Somerset at the beginning of May.
“What [the DiversityInc recognition] represents to me is that our mission, which is to transform health care, is really being carried out because it cannot be carried out unless you really have diversity, equity and inclusion not only embedded in your culture but also as you reach out to the community,” said CEO Robert Garrett in an interview.
The Garden State landed at No. 1 nationally in the recently released assessment.
In the wake of the post-pandemic “great resignation,” with unemployment stubbornly clinging to record-low numbers, stretched-out companies are increasingly turning to PEOs and other outsourced labor providers.
“The combination of the large presence of industry and a dense and diverse patient population make New Jersey an ideal place for [contract research organizations] to do business,” said Debbie Hart, president and CEO at BioNJ.