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How to “Show Up” for This Year’s Pride

While there won’t be parades this year, it doesn’t mean that Pride is canceled altogether. Rather, it is an opportunity for brands and corporations to turn flashy shows of support into action. It is a time for change....
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May’s Mental Health Awareness Month Hit Differently; What Will Summer Bring?

Mental health and mental wellbeing are obvious points of consideration during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. What have historically been taboo discussion topics—both inside and outside the corporate world—are now easily looming as a true known second-order health crisis....
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In Memoriam: Roger Hayes

We send our deepest condolences to Roger's family during this difficult time and encourage you to share your thoughts and memories of Roger in the comments....
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Empowerment Through Advocacy

The most impactful piece of advice, which I learned in a rather unorthodox way, is to advocate not only for yourself but for your teammates as well. This simple lesson in transparency and advocacy is even more relevant today, as companies consider diversity, equity and inclusion practices at greater lengths....
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Hold on to Hope and be Resilient

The way I have been coping is by consciously noticing and intentionally acknowledging the many bright spots in our daily lives and keeping things in perspective....
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There’s Always Room for Women at the Table

Women's History Month reminds us that taking the time to have meaningful conversations and to discuss these crucial issues is critical to enacting change, but that more can and should be done....
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You, Me and Equality: The APCO Way

Diversity of thought makes society and businesses stronger and more resilient. At APCO, we know that diverse thinking spurs creativity, unites teams and enhances client services. ...
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The Critical Role of HR Communication in Times of Crisis

As the coronavirus outbreak rapidly progresses, HR departments across all companies can and should be fully engaged and at the forefront to demonstrate caring and become part of the solution. ...
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Building a Virtual Culture: The Remote Workforce

The coronavirus is leading many companies in the United States to encourage their employees to work from home. While many miles may separate them from their onsite colleagues, a new APCO Insight survey of U.S. employees shows that remote workers are not so different from their in-office counterparts. ...
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How History and Life Lessons Impact Minority Leadership

Like everything important in life, the phrase “Black History Month” (BHM) triggers a variety of emotions for people of all races and ethnicities—some positive, some neutral and unfortunately, some negative depending on the person....
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