By 2025, millennials — people born between 1981 and 1996 — will make up three quarters of the global workforce. Gen Z — those born after 1996, between the ages of 15 and 24 —…
DiversityInc Best Practices’s “Millennial and Gen Z Job Seeker” series will cover research that outlines these generations’ values and what they are looking for in prospective employers. The content in this series will offer advice…
The start of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the 1980s led to misinformation fueling fear about the conditions. Now, the number of people living with HIV is tapering off, but it seems misconceptions are once again…
TD Bank Survey: LGBTQ2+ Millennials Not Feeling Secure About Financial Stability and Workplace Comfort
Over one-fifth, 22 percent, of millennial workers feel that being out about their sexual orientation to more senior staff will hurt their career advancement. TD Bank (No. 19 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) released…
David Rodriguez, EVP, global chief human resources officer for Marriott International, explains why it’s important to make sure you’re attracting the most diverse top talent to your company.
New report shows a large gender pay gap, racial differences, student loan debt and uneasiness about retirement for millennials.
AT&T’s college recruiting leader offers tips on recruiting millennials and how to choose schools to recruit from.
Are employee-resource groups still relevant for younger employees? Yes, say several Millennials, if you want to network, find mentors and learn the leadership skills to move up.
A global leader in diversity and inclusiveness, Karyn Twaronite shares her career journey as well as her insight on global trends and work-life balance.
How KeyBank is finding common ground between the “we want it now” generation and the “shut-up and deal with it” older generations.
MasterCard’s Charlie Hall shares several techniques of how to use social media platforms to pursue and recruit high potential talent.
As his company prepares (again) for an acquisition, Time Warner Cable’s head of HR relies heavily on the employee-resource groups to build engagement and continuity.
Despite improved hiring nationally, some majors — like psych or communications — are pretty much unemployable. Who gets the jobs? Majors in engineering, accounting and science.
As a young professional, you expect smooth sailing and that next promotion to come easily. What if it doesn’t? How can mentors, employee-resource groups and your peers help you find out what really happened and what you should do next?
Asheesh Saksena is strategically preparing Cox Communications for new growth opportunities while meeting the needs of a diverse consumer base and amplifying diverse voices within the company, including millennials.