One of the most powerful things about being a business owner is the ability to create a work environment according to your own principles. So many of us have worked within a company or organization and been disappointed by the way things were run, the way team members were treated. So, we wanted to ask some fantastic business owners and operators how they’ve gone about creating a more inclusive workplace.
As female tattoo artists in what has historically been a male-dominated industry, we aim to make our shop a warm and inviting place where everyone feels welcome and comfortable. Read more>>
I have always wanted to make a difference with others. I currently work in Corporate America and at first I thought I made a mistake as I was passionate on sales. I loved sales but I want to have more time for myself and family. A goal of mine is to always stand out. Every work place or job I have had since I was 16 years old I was available to shock everyone with my work ethic or personality. Read more>>
I work in the leadership training sector, where our focus is ensuring community leaders are equip to support every staff member, employee, community member, resident, patron, customer- you name it. The workplace and workspace has to work for the individual not the the organization. I have a son on the autism spectrum, he is non-verbal and requires a specific environment to thrive. Our current workplaces rarely account for the % of the population with disabilities. Read more>>