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5 Anti-Racist Hiring Practices Every Workplace Should Adopt

Wells Fargo recently found themselves in hot water after it was reported that some managers at the company were interviewing non-white candidates for jobs that had already been filled. The company announced that starting Aug. 19 it would re-institute its diverse hiring practice, with some changes. Wells Fargo is one of the more notable organizations that has such a policy but many corporations have implemented performative practices in an effort to gain “diversity clout.” The NFL has a similar policy currently in place called the Rooney Rule. The Rooney Rule was created as a way to increase diversity amongst NFL coaches and requires NFL teams

SALES DIRECTOR – BASIC REQUIREMENTS AND AVERAGE SALARY

Sales Director is the head of the sales department, playing an important role in bringing profit to the Company by formulating and developing business plans and projects. The role of this postion in a business seems to determine the success of activities in the company from how to sell a lot of products and services to satisfying customers. Those who are building their own career path towards the position of Sales Director can refer to this article to have more concept about this position. Requirement Education: graduated from university or college majoring in economics, business administration, marketing or related disciplines.

05 POPULAR RECRUITMENT TRENDS FOR THE NEXT 10 YEARS

The covid-19 pandemic has just temporarily stabilized, when the talent war becomes fierce, the world we live in operates in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous way, the Recruitment process and Recruitment has changed a lot.  Various organizations are adopting unknown, but effective, recruitment models that meet their post-pandemic requirements. From there, we know some of the following strategies that will apply to 1 year and predict will be popular in the next 10 years: 1. Cooperation Strategy: With the talent for the position is scarce, but creating value according to the project or task, this strategy is used quite

23 High-paying remote jobs (Up to $100k+)

Remote work took the world by storm in the past two years: More positions pivoted to solely working from home without the need to come into the office. Working from home has numerous benefits, from increased inclusivity for people with disabilities to saving money on a costly commute and in-office expenses. With 41% of white-collar employees exclusively working from home and 26% working in a hybrid model, remote work is clearly making itself heard in the tech industry and beyond. If you’re looking for your next remote gig, check out these high-paying remote jobs to reap the benefits of working

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5 Anti-Racist Hiring Practices Every Workplace Should Adopt

Wells Fargo recently found themselves in hot water after it was reported that some managers at the company were interviewing non-white candidates for jobs that had already been filled. The company announced that starting Aug. 19 it would re-institute its diverse hiring practice, with some changes. Wells Fargo is one of the more notable organizations that has such a policy but many corporations have implemented performative practices in an effort to gain “diversity clout.” The NFL has a similar policy currently in place called the Rooney Rule. The Rooney Rule was created as a way to increase diversity amongst NFL coaches and requires NFL teams

3 Harmful Things That Empowers Workplace bullying

Workplace bullying comes in many different forms. When most people think of bullying they think of the more overt types where it’s easy to identify such as someone being screamed at or physically assaulted. However, bullying can include but is not limited to: Misgendering someone Humiliation Blocking a promotion or advancement Discrimination Harassment Setting unrealistic and impossible expectations in an effort to set them up for failure Intimidation Spreading harmful rumors Since the Covid-19 pandemic, bullying has extended to the remote space through video meetings, Slack messages and email. According to a Workplace Bullying Institute report, 79.3 million U.S. workers have been

The Emotional 6 Steps Process To Help Senior Leaders Make Better Decisions

In its 2022 Research Report, cloud-based software company Momentive found that 32% of senior leaders rely on their gut and experience to make decisions at their company. Senior leaders are defined as vice presidents and those in the C-suite, and “depending on one’s gut” refers to making decisions based on one’s emotional (and sometimes physical) reaction to potential outcomes. Perhaps senior leaders rely on their gut because 30% believe they don’t have access to accurate data. Regardless of data challenges, the days are long gone when a senior leader should make decisions based primarily on intuition; some argue it’s a

LEADERS’ CLASSIC MISTAKE WHEN GIVING CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK

Almost every leader has been in a situation where: one of the team members gave a presentation or delivered an incomplete or even completely disappointing product. You know you need to follow up with them to provide the constructive feedback needed to not only avoid repeating the same bad thing, but also to help support their overall professional development. Unfortunately, too many leaders will make the classic mistake of focusing the conversation almost exclusively on ideas and coaching and miss the opportunity to lead by asking for members’ opinions. In fact, one of the most effective ways a leader can

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5 GREAT BOOKS FOR THE SUMMER – BILL GATES ADVICE

When Bill Gates was putting together a list of suggested topics for the summer, he realized that the topics mentioned sounded quite heavy, not suitable for the holiday. The books cover gender equality, political polarization, climate change, and the puzzling truth that life never turns out the way young people think it should. It’s really not as summer-appropriate as the beach stuff. So he curated five books that don’t feel heavy (though, at almost 600 pages, The Lincoln Highway is literally heavy). Every writer – three novelists, a journalist and a scientist – is able to quickly grasp a compelling

The 5 Most Popular Books Of 2021 According To Bill Gates

On the list of books recommended by Bill Gates for the end of 2021, he recommends two science fiction books and two others focusing on science. His final recommendation is a novel about one of the most famous playwrights of all time. A Thousand Brains: A New Theory of Intelligence, by Jeff Hawkins A Thousand Brains: A New Theory of Intelligence by the co-inventor of the PalmPilot—described by Gates as “one of the pioneers of mobile computing”—puts forward a new theory of intelligence aimed at aiding the development of so-called “general intelligence” in machines, or the hypothetical ability of machines

These 5 Books Will Teach You How to Become a Top-Performing Entrepreneur in 2022

We all have limited time. Here are the business books you should read this season. 1. The Long Game – Dorie Clark Management expert Dorie Clark’s new book thoroughly debunks the myth of an overnight success. Coining the term “strategic patience,” Clark presents a roadmap for professionals,  entrepreneurs, and anyone who wants to aspire to big things.  What’s the big idea? Clark’s point of view is that you need to put a stake in the ground of the things you want and then move forward towards them with persistence, with resilience, and without fail. What’s the big idea? Clark’s point

Improve Mental Clarity, Job Productivity And Career Success With 3 Posture Effective Tips

Around 65 million Americans suffer from back pain because of poor posture when we’re working, leading to 83 million days of lost work each year. Many of us are so focused on job performance we ignore or downplay how we use our bodies in ways that don’t serve us. Especially, In the Covid-19 pandemic, many of us don’t have a proper home office setup. Here is 3 Posture tips for you to Improve mental clarity, job productivity and career success. Dr. Vikki Petersen, certified clinical nutritionist, chiropractor and certified functional medicine practitioner highlights the importance of knowing how your posture