Yrthya Dinzey-Flores explains the importance of listening, giving back and building your personal brand, no matter how far along you are in your career.
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Karen Buck, head of commercial, retail & payment operations, TD Bank, gives advice for high-potential women — advice she says is the same she would give to anybody: “Own and manage your career.”
Bill Huffaker, global director of talent acquisition, human resources management, General Motors, shares why sponsorship must be earned — making it critically different from mentorship.
GM’s global director of talent acquisition talks about why he made the move from Google, the importance of corporate culture and why LGBTs have a sense of responsibility to help the next generation.
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This webinar provides tips and best practices to complete the 2017 Top 50 survey, with a special focus on gathering and entering supplier diversity data.
Four veterans working at BASF offer advice on work-life balance, relocating, women veterans, translating military skills onto civilian résumés and more.
General Motors’ decades-long commitment to hiring, retaining and supporting the military community is good for both the community and the bottom line, explains Keith Nattrass, who leads GM’s military and veterans affairs.
Matt Welsh, vice president, Global Recruiting, Hilton Worldwide, shares how Hilton went above and beyond its goal to hire 10,000 military veterans and their families over five years and how it employs a military-friendly culture.
Comcast NBCUniversal retains its military employees by providing unique benefits to veterans as well as all members of the military community.
The Walt Disney Company has hired more than 8,000 veterans since 2012, thanks to its successful Heroes Work Here initiative.
Veterans’ “discipline and timeliness” makes them suitable for a variety of positions, says David Casey, vice president, workforce strategies and chief diversity officer, CVS Health — “The most important thing is that they are willing to learn.”
BASF sees veterans as potential workers with valuable, transferable skills who accomplish tasks “with poise and resiliency,” shares Heidi Gerhard, who leads North American talent acquisition at the company.