Claire Cain Miller writes, "When the comedian Ricky Gervais joked that he was paid the same to host the Golden Globes as the actresses Tina Fey and Amy Poehler — combined — his barbed humor most likely resonated in many workplaces.
More than a half-century after President John F. Kennedy signed the
Valentina Zarya writes, "What do women want? That’s a question for the ages. What do women want from their employers? That, on the other hand, is pretty easy to answer—so easy, in fact, that it can be summed up in five charts.Today, the founders of Fairygodboss, an online community where women
Emily Peck writes, "Here’s how you know diversity is not something most businesses take seriously: They spend more time talking about the issue -- crafting diversity mission statements, conducting bias trainings -- than actually doing anything about it. The message is, even though there aren’t many
David Cruickshank writes, "It is costly to hire and train new employees on a continual basis, making employee retention a persistent challenge for organizations. However, it’s becoming even more critical to crack the code on what it takes to keep good employees as Millennials continue to enter the