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How Companies Can Develop Anti-Bias Strategies that Work

It was the video seen round the world: Two black men in a Philadelphia Starbucks being arrested. Their crime? Sitting in the coffee shop without so much as buying a nitro cold brew or smoked-turkey protein box. A manager had asked...
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To Build Their Talent Pipelines and Employment Brands, Companies Are Hosting Local Events

Career fairs are often low on the lists of the most prolific sources of hire, behind things like employee referrals, job boards, colleges, career websites, and social media. But a variation on the career fair is the local event, put...
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Spotify CEO admits the company bungled policy on artists like R. Kelly

With the dust settled from the controversy over Spotify's ban on promoting artists like R. Kelly, its CEO admitted they messed up the rollout. The streaming company received backlash after announcing its policy on hate speech and hateful conduct,
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Don’t Wait For December, Pay Bonuses Year Round

If you’re like most companies, you probably already give annual bonuses to thank and reward people for their work throughout the year. Except, there’s a problem: A yearly bonus isn’t always the best way to do that. For starters, it
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These weed-killing robots could give big agrochemical companies a run for their money

Smart weed-killing robots are here and they have the potential to disrupt the entire pesticide industryEcoRobotix claims their robot could reduce the use of herbicide by 20 percent. Other examples include Blue River, a startup that develops smart
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How to Create a Company Where People Stay

Employee retention is an ongoing challenge for many organizations. Across industries, there are talent shortages at almost every job level, and employers face an increasingly competitive job market. Though candidates and current employees have

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