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AT&T’s college recruiting leader offers tips on recruiting millennials and how to choose schools to recruit from.
Social media accolades pour in from IBM employees and public after Lindsay-Rae McIntyre blog post on supporting LGBT rights gains traction.
Companies that want to attract and retain women and minorities for technical positions need to focus on branding and unconscious bias.
Millennials globally are leading the way in desire for more work flexibility, and EY’s D&I chief offers tips on making it happen.
Employers take a stand against biased laws to bolster recruitment and retention of top talent, especially among younger employees.
How KeyBank is finding common ground between the “we want it now” generation and the “shut-up and deal with it” older generations.
Almost three-quarters of those with STEM degrees in the U.S. choose other careers. How can corporations convince them to remain in the STEM field?
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.
New studies are showing that what millennials want in a job comes as a surprise to some employers.
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?
Corporate codes of conduct and values statements are increasingly important to recruiting millennials, as well as engaging a global workforce.
Academic research and DiversityInc Top 50 data shows companies with strong and well-communicated social values are more attractive to recruits.