Mattingly Solutions in the News
Open to All and Leading Retailers Commit to #StopRetailRacism
May 18, 2022
A recent study on racial bias in retail confirmed what many of us already knew: BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color) shoppers regularly feel unwelcome in retail spaces, and high percentages of people of color report discrimination while shopping.
An Update from Our Interim Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Mar 8, 2022
We have partnered with Mattingly Solutions to identify the strengths in our programming and identify the areas that we can focus on next. The team from Mattingly Solutions provided a brief update via email Sunday evening regarding their activities over the past two months, and they are on campus this week, offering insight this Thursday on the data they have collected to date. They will then engage with the greater SA community to ensure that the DEI plan is meeting the needs of all members of SA.
Baltimore Tracks is setting the table for DEI work in the local tech community
Jan 26, 2022
The 40 member organizations of the 2020-founded coalition, which is committed to improving racial equity in the local tech community, hired a consultancy firm to conduct this year’s diversity, equity and inclusion report.
Mattingly Solutions will build and conduct the survey, and offer recommendations for action and workshops to help member orgs boost diversity within their ranks.
Employment lawyer keeps DEI in style at retail chain
Jan 7, 2022
When a teenager works at American Eagle Outfitters Inc., they expect certain things: a store discount, new friends and a biweekly paycheck. Recently, though, retail employees have been given the chance to gain something unexpected: a college scholarship.
Instead of addressing their personal discomfort, men are avoiding women altogether...
Feb 5, 2020
Social norms as to what’s acceptable in the workplace are shifting, so men don’t know what to do. Instead of dealing with the discomfort of doing the wrong thing, or actually having a conversation with women about this, men are avoiding the situation altogether. This avoidance is causing more harm than good.
If Leading Inclusively Feels Uncomfortable, You’re Doing it Right
Jan 31, 2019
We all know how it feels to be excluded. Just think back to childhood days of not being invited to a party or having no place to sit in the cafeteria at lunch. Sometimes, we forget that exclusion is alive and well among working adults, too.