October 11-13, 2022, marked the American Association for Access, Equity and Diversity’s (AAAED) 48th annual national conference. This year’s virtual conference theme was “Building an Infrastructure for Sustainable and Equitable Change” and participants were able to reflect on this call to action through workshops, keynote addresses, plenary sessions, express talks and networking events. Continue reading AAAED Virtual Conference Explores ‘Building an Infrastructure for Sustainable and Equitable Change’
With offices around the world, Bloomberg provides its employees with opportunities to hone their skills and expertise, progress to new roles, take on stretch assignments, and gain valuable insights through their work.
National Scholarship Month, sponsored by the National Scholarship Providers Association (NSPA), is a national campaign designed to raise awareness of the vital role scholarships play in reducing student loan debt and expanding access to higher education. Continue reading National Scholarship Providers Association Introduces the NSPA Exchange During National Scholarship Month
Corporate hiring managers no longer need to argue the case for diversity. Data from the Pew Research Center suggests that eight-in-ten Americans value racial and ethnic diversity in the workplace, with 45% of survey respondents citing diverse perspectives and equal opportunity as grounds for increasing diversity. Another 34% see a clear business case for diversity, too, as it leads to a larger pool of potential workers. Continue reading Understanding the Emotional Tax on Black Professionals In the Workplace
“Men age on TV with a sense of gravitas, and we as women have an expiration date,” Roma Torre, 61, stated after her departure as anchor on NY1.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, business school applications are booming. MBA providers have been grappling with record numbers and increasing class sizes to accommodate a rush of executives seeking to improve their management credentials.
While the representation of women in leadership roles has improved over the past decade, most people agree that there’s still room for improvement. As more and more women take their seats at the corporate table, employers can feel the pressure to evolve business culture and policies to support female staff. Continue reading To Empower Women in the Workplace
When you’re interviewing for a job, there’s a strong chance that a recruiter or potential boss will ask what you believe are your strengths. Continue reading Discussing Your Strengths in a Job Interview
WASHINGTON — Hollywood trailblazer Anna May Wong will be the first Asian American to be featured on some U.S. quarters. Continue reading Anna May Wong to become 1st Asian American on US currency
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A woman launching an innovative new comb for afro hair wants to use her experience to get other young black women into engineering. Continue reading Afro hair comb inventor hopes to inspire young black women