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Discovering the Hidden Talent in Your Own Company
October Virtual Conference

Discovering the Hidden Talent in Your Own Company

For many companies, especially in the most competitive job categories, homegrown talent is more valuable than ever. So how can employers do a better job of realizing the potential of these workers by identifying, training, coaching and mentoring them–all while keeping a steady eye on diversity and inclusion? In panel discussion about finding hidden talent […]

BY Angelica Frey | October 30, 2020

What Makes Your Company an Appealing Place to Work in Uncertain Times
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What Makes Your Company an Appealing Place to Work in Uncertain Times

Prior to COVID-19, there was no shortage of discussion around the evolution of workplace benefits and amenities–from in-office chefs to unlimited PTO policies, it was clear the office experience was changing fast. The pandemic put all that on hold, if not completely changed the future of how we work and interact in offices. It raises the […]

BY Emily Nonko | October 29, 2020

A Team Builder Counts the Benefits of Diversity
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A Team Builder Counts the Benefits of Diversity

“We’ve been saying it for years now that, maybe in a lot of ways, we were ahead of our time,” said Keia Clarke, CEO of the New York Liberty WNBA team, on how the women’s basketball league led the way in being socially progressive, more so than the other leagues in professional sports. “I stand […]

BY erica ayala | October 26, 2020

Why Burnout Is Such an Affliction for Millennials
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Why Burnout Is Such an Affliction for Millennials

When Anne Helen Petersen’s editor at BuzzFeed News suggested she was suffering from burnout, Petersen was taken aback and upset. But quickly those words rang true: she realized she had pushed herself to the limit on work and increasingly struggled to tackle basic tasks on her never ending to-do list.  And she would soon find […]

BY Emily Nonko | October 23, 2020

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