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Midlife Employees – The Gold Standard of Employment

TalentCulture

Hiring managers tend to assume that older candidates will be less creative, less productive, not as sharp mentally, and more expensive to employ than their younger counterparts—but these stereotypes are rarely backed by data. Ageism is a real thing.

The Failures of Bias Training, and What You Should be Doing Instead

TrustRadius HR

Starbucks’s response this discrimination, mandatory training, is a common response to social injustice in the business world. And what should businesses do to address bias and discrimination instead?

Women in Leadership: #BalanceforBetter

Ultimate Software

A good leader establishes healthy boundaries with their teams and finds productive and fair ways of dealing with deficits in their team rather than to gossip or put their employees down. Ask your manager to reconsider an off-cycle adjustment based on all this data.