Andrew Barnes, diversity talent acquisition strategy – veterans segment, Wells Fargo, shares the bank’s numerous outreach and development programs aimed at veterans, as well as a commitment to hire 20,000 veterans by 2020.
Chris Crace, veterans advocacy leader for PwC, describes how the firm assimilates its veterans into the workplace using strategies such as focus interviews and mentoring.
Kaleb Pask leads talent acquisition efforts for AT&T, with specific focus on nine diversity segments, including a strong focus on military recruiting.
Ron Green, EVP & chief information security officer for Mastercard, shares how his company assures veterans their military skills translate to the corporate world.
Wells Fargo and Comcast offer best practices on successfully recruiting and retaining veterans, as well as the importance of taking care of your military spouses.
The employers who are ahead of the curve helping to make the transition easier, top DiversityInc’s 2016 list of the best companies for veterans.
Bayer executive takes a different D&I approach in the United States.
Millennials globally are leading the way in desire for more work flexibility, and EY’s D&I chief offers tips on making it happen.
Sodexo proves gender balance is a boon for everything from employee engagement to the bottom line.
In countries where homophobia is still a major issue, pressure can come from a host of places to keep personal lives under wraps.
One case involving a high-profile international job brought pressure from the Vatican.
In a career that has taken her around the world, Vildan Kehr, Divisional Vice President of Global Talent Acquisition at Abbott, shares what is necessary to be a global leader in business.
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.
Two C-level executives at EY and Accenture, both out, tell LGBT workers what to look for in an employer and advise companies how to create gay-friendly global workplaces.
Singapore is great, unless you’re gay.
Harvard Business Review Analytic Services surveyed 695 global executives to explore the value companies place on global mobility and to identify the main challenges to implementation.