A federal court just killed collection of EEO-1 employee pay data dead. Happy Tuesday.

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magazine. And starting in 2017, employers had to include employee pay data (also known as EEO-1 Component 2 data) with the EEO-1. About 89% of eligible filers have submitted EEO-1 Component 2 data for calendar year 2017 and 89.6% Discrimination and Unlawful Harassment

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Making Social Media Work for You—Not Against You—in Recruiting for Diversity

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In December 2017, the Communications Workers of America and three individuals filed a class-action lawsuit in federal court in California against companies they claim are unlawfully discriminating against people because of age. Although technology can be used to exclude certain groups, Lindsay Stanton , chief client officer for online data app Digi.Me, says employers should look to social media as a way to enhance diversity.


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COVID-19 Reboarding Checklist

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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has raised awareness of pandemic-related discrimination and harassment based on national origin and race. Risk and Compliance Workforce Management June-2020 Magazine ArticleSix best practices to consider before reopening.

Katherine Kirkinis of Wanderlust Careers: “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity”

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I found that with the right combination of career assessments and using a data-driven approach, I could help my clients get much-needed direction in as little as a few weeks, at a much lower price point. combined qualitative and quantitative data). Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Equity from the Inside Out

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For example, leadership advancement decisions should be made using data and leadership assessments rather than a vague feeling of “leadership potential,” explains Byham. Much progress has been made, but there is still much work to do. By Marta Chmielowicz.


“Education.” with Timothy Quinn and Candice Georgiadis

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As part of my series about “the five things we need to do to close the gender wage gap” I had the pleasure of interviewing Timothy Quinn, a principal co-founder of Hatebase , the world’s largest repository of multilingual hate speech data. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Set your own pace.” With Tyler Gallagher & Erin Michelson

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Only by actively rooting out discrimination in recruiting and promotion practices, a lack of representation at conferences, and a paucity of diversity in the boardroom will we be able to establish an equitable work environment that will enable women in tech, and AI in particular, to flourish.

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Gabriela Ramos of UNESCO: “Policies matter”

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However, neurotechnology blurs the boundary between the human mind and machines, and raises new ethical issues, such as the protection of brain data and mental privacy. For instance, AI-powered analytics of crop data can help identify diseases and enable soil health monitoring.

Educated Evaluations

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But despite its longevity and success at uncovering discrimination, this approach has a few major limitations. IRR sifts through piles of resumes using the data generated from their ratings of 40 hypothetical candidates. In particular, firms could have their hiring managers use the diagnostic tool and then work with researchers to analyze their data from IRR to identify whether bias is present.

Alexander Hudek of Kira Systems: “Everything is ultimately your responsibility”

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This new capability goes beyond identifying and extracting provisions, clauses, and data points, and labels them based on the meaning behind the text. It does all this while protecting the data you use to teach the systems using the strongest privacy preservation techniques in the industry.

Vicky Shum of World Innovation Lab: “Find allies”

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the powerful majority with prejudiced views incorporating such prejudice and discrimination into society laws, institutions, policies, and norms, which have been used to keep the less powerful minority groups in their place. Community Authority Magazine WonderFind allies.

Kim Michelson of Honest Game: “These skills are critical to founder success”

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Using data as a proactive vehicle to inform and educate students, we are leveling the playing field by driving equity to sport and college access for all. Community Authority Magazine WonderThere are many reasons why women often make excellent founders.

Rob Figliulo of SPR: “Give your workers productivity tools and software”

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Optimize your data. While your business has endless data at its disposal that you can use to uncover these trends, none of it will be actionable unless the data is first accurate. Community Authority Magazine WonderGive your workers productivity tools and software.

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Wes Adams of SV Consulting Group: “Invest in the wellbeing of your team”

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Eventually our hard work paid off and, along with the efforts of many other organizations, we convinced the International Olympic Committee to amend the Olympic Charter, which now prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in any country that hosts the games.

Zeena Qureshi of Sonantic: “Be positive, everything is fixable”

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We make sure our algorithms are never trained on publicly available data without the voice owner’s permission. They can avoid straining their voice and age discrimination, extending their careers well after retirement. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Establish a security program”, With Jason Remillard and Stuart Lerner

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Encrypt everything so that in the event your data is stolen, it can’t be read. While somebody may have accessed your data, if they can’t read it, your exposure will be limited. Bad actors are especially looking for that type of data so they can exploit it.

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“How business are helping promote mental health.” with Romy Antoine

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Romy is the President and CEO of One Stop Wellness, a digital workplace wellness company empowering employees to improve their well-being through daily lifestyle assessments, virtual classes, and biometric screening data. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Annalisa Nash Fernandez: “Walk the talk”

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Now cultural concerns are reinstating those borders, through internet shutdowns, firewalls, and data localization requirements. Data is shaped by the ideology of those who it maps, those who create it, and those who pay for it. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Victoria Pelletier: “To improve culture”

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In fact, the more those who experience discrimination try to openly articulate their pain and loss, the more the dominant culture shifts toward denial, or worse, overt aggression and counternarratives. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Girish Navani: “Dreams are the ones you see that don’t let you sleep”

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These devices give adequate and skilled data that is sent directly to your physician. A few years later, the revolution of data analysis?—?inference inference models that aid artificial intelligence or data-driven decisions?—?helped Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Keep my options open.” with Dr. Margrét Vilborg Bjarnadóttir and Candice Georgiadis

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Dr. Bjarnadóttir graduated from MIT’s Operations Research Center in 2008, defending her thesis titled “Data Driven Approach to Health Care, Application Using Claims Data.” First, measure the gap using real-time data. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

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Aihui Ong: “Always follow your gut”

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It was a very hurtful experience, not because I was being rejected, but because I felt that I was discriminated against. I’m a data freak. Community Authority Magazine WonderLearn to Cook ?—?Knowing Knowing to cook is an essential life skill.

Percival Barretto-Ko: “Listen with curiosity. Speak with honesty. Act with integrity”

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Our African American Employee Impact Group (AAEIG), one of seven employee advocacy groups launched several years prior, led a 1,500-person forum where many employees spoke from the heart, sharing their stories of discrimination and microaggressions?—?as Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Keep a growth mindset” With Penny Bauder & Dr. Pallavi Tiwari

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I really like what Dr. Jen Heemstra, a fellow academician, rightly said (on Twitter) regarding a similar incident, “I’ve worked hard to be where I am, I’ve overcome discrimination, I’ve overcome harassment. The data suggests, child-care and household chores disproportionately impact women.

Amanda Greenberg of Balloon: 5 Steps We Must Take To Truly Create An Inclusive, Representative, and Equitable Society

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My background gave me a uniquely keen eye when it comes to looking at systemic discrimination. Companies miss huge opportunities by ignoring this data, and they’re not able to answer questions like, ”Who are you building for?” Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Be resilient.” With Penny Bauder & Laura Deaton

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My first job as an executive director was with a disability advocacy organization back in the early 1990s, just as the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed to challenge discrimination and remove barriers to help people with disabilities lead independent lives.

“The Five Things You Need To Know In Order To Create A Very Successful Tech Company” with Stacy Kirk

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Fueled by the discrimination she experienced as a Black woman in tech, she leads a 45+ and growing team of brilliant technologists and innovators, including over 46% women of color. Community Authority Magazine WonderNot everybody is going to like you but that is ok.

“Offer transparency” with Michele Ashby & Parveen Panwar, Mr. Activated

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My husband and I have been having the conversation about racism, sexism, and discrimination since we met. Here are key data points from this study: Earns 3.5 Community Authority Magazine WonderOffer transparency about the company’s financial situation — and pay.

“Have a WOW mentality!” With Jimi Tele

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My expertise in location data intelligence, combined with my lived experience of loneliness during my time of hardship, makes me the perfect entrepreneur to bridge the gap between online and offline interactions, the fundamental elements to what we are creating with Chekmate.

Upile Chasowa: “Taking time to recharge”

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Meanwhile, He has very hands-on development experience spanning software, design, R&D and product strategies for big data and online marketplace applications. we all should have an opportunity to learn and have free access to data. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Envision your future”, Jackeline Velez of Xero and Parveen Panwar, Mr. Activated

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My parents didn’t push their Bolivian and Mexican culture on me because they wanted me to be American and not experience the discrimination they had endured. We live in an age of information and there is a surplus of data and people can still be confused about a subject.

“An ‘unstoppable’ team” With Tyler Gallagher & Uri Adoni

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Their concept of data sharing between drivers, enabling drivers to find the best and fastest rout to their destination, was at the heart of their success. I think that anyone, anywhere without any discrimination should have a full access to healthcare. Community Authority Magazine

“Shatter the glass ceilings.” Candice Georgiadis & Dr. J Paul Rand

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Family court commissioners blindly discriminate based on what the court feels mom and dad should be in life. It does not take much effort to research the fact that family court commissioners blindly discriminate based on what the court feels mom and dad should be in life.

Kwesi Ames: Five Things You Need To Know In Order To Create A Very Successful Tech Company

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Lastly, the employees addressing Policy, were working to advance laws and regulations that protect against racism and discrimination, by advocating for meaningful police reform, civic engagement and protection of voting rights, and for economic empowerment policies that address the equity gap.

“Gender Roles in Childhood.”, with Sheila Ronning and Candice Georgiadis

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Three main factors causing the disparity in pay between men and women include inescapable stereotypes and social norms about gender and work, a lack of workplace support for family caregiving, and discrimination when it comes to women of color in the workplace. Discrimination.