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Monthly Archives: August 2014
Can you believe it? Today is already August 18th. In some places, kids have already gone back to school. In others, they prepare to return in the next few weeks. I can hardly believe this gorgeous summer is almost over! With the end of summer, and the start of school, comes a new year with […]
BY MARIELLA MOON Online auction service eBay has followed in the footsteps of other tech companies and published a diversity report of its own — one that indicates that it’s winning at gender diversity in the workplace. According to the report, 42 percent of its 33,000 employees all over the globe are women. Among those firms […]
BY Dan CookApril 15, 2014 Despite efforts over the years to take diversity and inclusion in the workplace seriously, evidence continues to surface that suggests neither are organizational priorities. The Society for Human Resource Management recently reported that, when asked if diversity was a goal included in their vision statement, just over a quarter of […]
A Quebec woman’s desperate online plea for a compatible stem-cell donor in her bid to fight cancer a second time is shedding light on the lack of minorities on official lists in Canada and abroad. Mai Duong finds herself battling leukemia again and doctors say they would like to proceed with a transplant of bone […]
by Simon Lee In a number of Asian countries, women make up nearly half the formal workforce, according to national labour surveys. Yet on average, less than a quarter make it into senior positions and in some countries the figure is as low as one in ten, according to the Gender Diversity Benchmark for Asia […]