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Study Shows Diversity Hiring Boosts Businesses

Really, companies shouldn’t need any convincing about why they should hire more women onto their staffs. The gender gap in American leadership is abysmal, diversity breeds better ideas — you know all of this. But as you also know, executives like seeing the numbers when it comes to their business decisions.

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Diversity News

Cleveland Program Becoming An Example Of Entrepreneurial Opportunity

A new investment program designed to grow business in Northeast Ohio is helping minority-owned business enterprises (MBEs) and women-owned business enterprises (WBEs) take advantage of the region’s economic growth. Strategic investments and a booming manufacturing industry have combined to help Northeastern Ohio become one of the top six industrial markets in North America. In 2012, the region... more

Tips For Women Working In Tech

The tech industry has a gender problem. Let’s consider this: Women comprise only about a quarter of all employees at tech behemoths Apple, Google, Facebook, Oracle and Microsoft. When it comes to launching tech ventures, the situation only gets worse: Just 10% of high-growth tech company founders are women. more

Career Development For Others Can Help You Get Ahead

Did you know that developing other people can also positively impact your career? According to a 2012 study led by nonprofit organization Catalyst, paying it forward by being a career mentor to others has positive benefits. "It benefits not only proteges but leads to career advancement and compensation growth for those providing the assistance -- $25,075 in additional compensation between 2008... more

Racial Gaps Hurt Retirement Plans

When it comes to retirement readiness, race and ethnicity matter. And according to a new study, whites are the most prepared. Research from the National Institute on Retirement Security found that more than 60 percent of white households own assets in a retirement account, while more than 60 percent of Blacks and nearly 70 percent of Latinos do not—and those who have plans have far less in them... more

How Older Workers Can Stay Ahead In The Job Market

The job market is improving overall, but it's still a tough row to hoe for 50-somethings. According to AARP, the length of the median job hunt for workers age 55 or older is nearly a year. If this is you, consider these tips: more

Challenges For Job Seekers 50 Years And Older

A new Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll finds many people over 50 reporting great difficulty finding work and feeling that their age is a factor. After Worboys was laid off and his hunt for another teaching job was fruitless, he sought counseling positions. When those leads dried up, he applied for jobs in juvenile detention centers, in sales and elsewhere. He finally... more

Diversity Hiring Activity Rises Fast for Environmentalists

Thousands of young environmentalists from around the country are heading to Pittsburgh, planning to strengthen the green movement by involving more people of different races and backgrounds. The four-day Power Shift conference beginning Friday takes on some traditional issues in a new way. Organizers are fighting coal mining, fracking for oil and gas, and climate change, but doing it through... more

States With LGBT Anti-Discrimination Laws Are Best For Employees, Study Finds

States with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) anti-discrimination legislation are the best for LGBT employment, an XpertHR report finds. There are no federal laws on the books specifically addressing the protection of LGBT employment rights. However, 16 states passed such laws. more

Be Aware Of Possible Discriminatory Issues In Employee Health Matters

Medical leave issues can easily trip up employees and employers. It pays to know your rights. Unfortunately, issues relating to medical leave in the workplace are common and can stem from employees or employers not understanding the policy, and can even include subtle discrimination. Vivienne Parra of Virginia was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009. When she requested FMLA, her colleagues... more

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