Black History Month started as a week-long celebration In 1926 when historian Dr. Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History announced the second week of February to be “Negro History Week” with the intent of raising awareness of...2

Martin Luther King Jr (MLK) Day is celebrated every year on the third Monday in January, as a way to honor Dr. King’s achievements and legacy. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a Baptist minister who advocated the use of nonviolent means to end racial segregation....2

Often we focus on the typical diversity categories: gender, sexual orientation, race/ethnicity, and disability. In this piece, we want to talk about other important dimensions of diversity that are often forgotten such as, Veteran Status, Age, People with Criminal Records, and Religion. ...2

Quiet Quitting is not a new term when referring to employees who are not outright quitting their jobs but abandoning the idea of going above and beyond. But these days, many more organizations are experiencing seeing their employees performing the bare minimum of their assigned...2

The 19th Amendment, passed in August of 1920, gave women the right to vote. While this was a monumental event for women in American history, many women still did not have access to this fundamental right after its passing. HistoryThe suffrage movement began in the mid-1900s...2

"Today, it's more difficult than ever for CEOs and HR leaders at small and medium organizations to compete for talent, customers, and investment dollars," says Sonya Sepahban, OurOffice CEO. Over half of the US workforce actively plans to leave their jobs, and 80% of them...2