Recent SHRM research shows that the improved economy is making workers, especially Millennials, confident that they can move on easily. What are the main factors to keep talent engaged and employed?
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DiversityInc Meeting in a Box Senior Leadership Commitment For diversity staff, diversity council members, employee-resource-group leaders and HR/communications staff This month, we are giving you the latest trends, data and best practices on CEO and…
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Dr. Sue Henderson is helping New Jersey City University dramatically improve its ability to create a diverse pipeline of educated workers.
Tariq Khan, Board Member, Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund and Asian Pacific Institute for Congressional Studies; and Donald Fan, Senior Director, Global Office of Diversity, Walmart Stores, Inc. share best practices on local cultural competence, global diversity councils, global resource groups, making the business case to local leadership, and talent development for Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders.