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Labor Minister Adel Fakeih listed major challenges facing the Saudi labor sector at the Talent and Diversity Leadership Forum in Riyadh on Wednesday. These challenges include the creation of new jobs in the private sector, ensuring the right skill
A tribal perspective As Common Core education standards attempt to bring consistency to school systems across the nation, one tribal community in New Mexico seeks to maintain native cultural identity. By Kevin Shendo , Education Week / December 10,
There's longstanding research demonstrating that companies who actively work to make their workforce more inclusive can reap bottom-line benefits, whether through cost reductions or stock-price increases . More recent research found that as racial
Let's ensure that the Indian workplace institutionalises gender diversity and equality. Historically, the corporate world has been a male bastion with restricted entry for women. It is only in recent times that this "men only" club has opened up its
Successful applicants for the third year of the programme were announced at a function in Auckland last night which included speeches from the Minister of Women's Affairs Hon Jo Goodhew and two current mentees Julia Hoare and Rangimarie Hunia.
Economy Europe Careers Boards also reported having 2.1 per cent directors with disabilities, down from 2.9 per cent in 2010, but said the proportion of aboriginal directors has risen modestly to 1.3 per cent from 0.8 per cent in 2010. The decline in
Women have been graduating from college in greater numbers than men since 1985. Women make up nearly half of all law school students, aren't we there yet?...I'll be happy if I see my children live in a color and gender-blind society...I think most
Then he read a Harvard Business Review article by economist Sylvia Ann Hewlett about unconscious bias in the workplace and the power of a growing practice called sponsorship to counter it...Unlike mentors, who typically are available to offer advice
Cultural Intelligence Examiner Tuesday 12th November, 2013 What do the US military, major academic institutions, and Singapore bureaucrats have in common? Each one of these parties is aware of the importance of Cultural Intelligence.
Twitter's board of directors, all but four come straight from media. Media and education, fields where women have for a while been proportionately represented, now have a large pool of credentialed, eligible leaders and Directors...A recent essay by