As you may have noticed, most working professionals tend to surround themselves with like-minded individuals who have similar backgrounds, experiences and education. But while it's important that everyone on a team buy into the same overarching vision and share similar...
The United States has traditionally held a leadership position in the global community when it comes to diversity, but Europe has bridged the gap. Large European companies now have roughly the same percentage of women on their boards as in the United States, and their growth...
Corporate diversity programs often have a singular focus: to boost the number of diverse employees to make the company's workforce more representative of the general population. Seems logical, but does diversity in numbers...
In an ideal world, managerial positions would be filled by the most qualified people for the job, regardless of gender -- and a recent survey suggests more people feel that way than ever. Thirty-three percent of people, if given the...
A lot of digital ink has been spilled regarding millennials and how they are reshaping and reordering the workplace. I’m happy to report that ink has not been wasted. The influx of millennials into the workforce tops virtually any short list of today’s business...
Many companies employ online personality tests as a way to determine if candidates possess certain job-specific traits. But do some of them violate the ADA and discriminate against those with disabilities? An Atlanta-based attorney recently filed seven complaints with the...
Hospitals across the country face a demand for medical interpreters — and solutions such as conferring with a family member or an interpreter via a phone service don't always meet the need, NPR reports.
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