by Ana Duarte-McCarthy Chief Diversity Officer CITIGROUP When I was yonger and first entering the workforce in the early ’80s, the book Games Mother Never Taught You, by Betty Lehan Harragan, grabbed my attention in its discussion of how young girls, not familiar with playing games to win, carried that lack of experience into the… Read the full article
by Robert Powers Senior Vice President, Human Resources Textron Systems Corporation Recruiting and retaining the best talent is a business imperative setting up a tug-of-war in which companies target the same finite resources to fill key positions. This is particularly true in the defense industry, where Textron Systems is constantly on the lookout for people… Read the full article
If you’re trying to interpret someone’s behavior in today’s diverse world, there’s a good chance that you’re misinterpreting their behavior all together.
As the old saying goes, “all good things come to an end.” In this, the last installment of the series “What Keeps Diversity Professionals Up at Night,” I focus on the subject of legal risks and reputational damage.
The Dignity & Respect Campaign is an awareness campaign designed to join individuals, community leaders, community organizations, educational institutions, businesses, and corporations under the common notion that everyone deserves dignity and respect.
In 2008, a unique partnership established by New York Life Insurance Company’s Chinese Marketing Unit resulted in offering vital in-language material to the Chinese community.
BD’s Network XYZ strives to bridge generation gaps, dispel age-related stereotypes, and embrace positive differences.