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Preemptive Steps Leaders Can Take In the Wake of #MeToo

Removing the power imbalance to create respectful work environments CBS Corp., Google, Uber, Nike: #MeToo has given women the guts and the platform to challenge sexual harassment and discrimination. In each case, we see a familiar trajectory. After women detail workplace abuse, offenders depart after a protracted expose. CBS chief executive Leslie Moonves, for example,…
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What Millennials Expect From Managers

Tips on how managers can attract and retain millennial employees It’s official: millennials have taken the workforce by storm. Currently, there are more than 56 million millennials either actively participating in the workforce, or searching for a job. This unique generation has caused numerous challenges across a variety of industries with their different character traits…
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6 Tips for Women Entering the Workforce

Believe in yourself and persevere As the CEO and co-founder of a leading financial technology company, I have some advice for young women graduates looking for or settling into their first jobs. The world needs balance and diversity in its leaders. Here are tips I’ve gleaned from both my career and from watching other women…
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What’s Your DQ? Diversity intelligence is an important skill for workplace leaders

Most workplace leaders know that diversity is important to their organization, and that some classes of employees are protected by law, but many probably don’t realize that these laws probably cover the majority of employees in their workplaces? Protected classes are based on race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, and family medical history…
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