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Every employer wants the best talent that they can find. They seek the highly educated, the most experienced, and the best leaders that money can buy. While striving for the best is certainly not frowned upon, employers can and should do a better job of understanding how they square in the marketplace so they have a realistic shot at attracting the best talent.
POSTED - Jan 12, 2019
Women hold just over 10 percent of board seats at Fortune 500 companies, according to Catalyst Inc. Chief executives gathered at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Next Gen conference in Laguna Niguel, Calif. on Tuesday spoke to a room of women interested in joining a board and what that entails. The panel, moderated by the conference’s executive director Pattie Sellers, included Heather Fernandez, co-founder and CEO of Solv Health and a board member at Atlassian; Melody McCloskey, founder and CEO of StyleSeat; Kate Richard, founder and CEO of Warwick Energy Group and board member for Flotek Industries; and Jennifer Tejada, CEO of PagerDuty and member of the board at The Estée Lauder Companies.
Dec 19, 2018
More and more workers are "ghosting" their employers by not showing up to work and cutting off contact with the company, according to The Washington Post. It's a sign of the tight labor market, The Post said, as there are more job openings in the US than people looking for work.
Dec 14, 2018
As a leader, you have to do some important work to allow all of your talent to thrive - and this means creating an environment of inclusion and belonging. We all know that building a company that embraces diversity is the right thing to do, ethically. But it’s also the right thing to do to make your company stronger. The performance of your business will be better if you are more diverse because your company will be more representative of society as a whole. It better understands its customers, its community and its purpose.
Dec 5, 2018
BY 2045, PEOPLE OF color will make up the majority of the U.S. population. That demographic shift, predicted by the U.S. Census Bureau, is one reason why companies are starting to take workplace diversity, inclusion and equity more seriously. In corporate America, this has manifested in part through the proliferation of chief diversity officers, who are charged with creating policies and climates supportive of workers from an array of backgrounds.
Nov 27, 2018

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diversity - Jan 12, 2019
Every employer wants the best talent that they can find. They seek the highly educated, the most experienced, and the best leaders that money can buy. While striving for the best is certainly not frowned upon, employers can and should do a better job of understanding how they square in the marketplace so they have a realistic shot at attracting the best talent.
diversity - Dec 19, 2018
Women hold just over 10 percent of board seats at Fortune 500 companies, according to Catalyst Inc. Chief executives gathered at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Next Gen conference in Laguna Niguel, Calif. on Tuesday spoke to a room of women interested in joining a board and what that entails. The panel, moderated by the conference’s executive director Pattie Sellers, included Heather Fernandez, co-founder and CEO of Solv Health and a board member at Atlassian; Melody McCloskey, founder and CEO of StyleSeat; Kate Richard, founder and CEO of Warwick Energy Group and board member for Flotek Industries; and Jennifer Tejada, CEO of PagerDuty and member of the board at The Estée Lauder Companies.
diversity - Dec 14, 2018
More and more workers are "ghosting" their employers by not showing up to work and cutting off contact with the company, according to The Washington Post. It's a sign of the tight labor market, The Post said, as there are more job openings in the US than people looking for work.
diversity - Dec 5, 2018
As a leader, you have to do some important work to allow all of your talent to thrive - and this means creating an environment of inclusion and belonging. We all know that building a company that embraces diversity is the right thing to do, ethically. But it’s also the right thing to do to make your company stronger. The performance of your business will be better if you are more diverse because your company will be more representative of society as a whole. It better understands its customers, its community and its purpose.
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