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Artist Geraldina Interiano Wise: “The US is the market economics vortex of the world; We should be able to match our labor and skillset needs with visa programs abroad”

Thrive Global

I was little, I was here, I was in a household of Salvadorans, and in a world outside that was not diverse. Well, I returned as foreign student in college. It was a genetic aberration that’s six thousand years old that a geneticist at Duke discovered in 2006.

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Slow Down To Do More: “Have a strategy for life and work and stick to it” with Jeffrey Katz, CEO of Journera

Thrive Global

What I have found to be helpful is having a well-defined view about my priorities in my work and in my life. According to a 2006 Pew Research Report report, 26% of women and 21% of men feel that they are “always rushed.” Community Authority Magazine Wonder

How to Watch Out for Unconscious Bias in Hiring

Brazen HR

While overt bias is thankfully rare in today’s business environment, unconscious bias could be wreaking havoc on your genuine efforts to hire a diverse, effective team. Diverse teams are essential to competing in today’s melting pot economy. “First impressions are everything.”.

Six HR Leaders Inducted into NAHR

HRExecutive

has been recognized more than 100 times in the past five years as an exceptional employer, including being named by Fortune magazine the No. At Unilever, he spearheaded the company’s Unilever Sustainable Living Plan, which has become a standard for businesses trying to “do well by doing good.”

Conference Twitter Primer #SHRM18

HRmarketer

BenFanning1 : #INC Magazine Leadership Columnist and Speaker: Free report to get the most out of your workforce. Deployed to Iraq in 2006, shot in the head by a sniper. Employee_Health : Your source for powerful, practical health and wellness tips for both you and your organization.

INTERVIEW: Philip Morris International’s Charles Bendotti on Emerging Contemporary Workplace Culture

HR Digest

While most corporate cultures are focused on engineering the most common goal of every business, some employers are repositioning their cultures to address social inequality as well as drive diversity & inclusion. They speak different languages and identify with different cultures and their families often reflect this as well. When we talk about subcultures, we of course, need to consider diversity and inclusion.