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Male and white workers occupy most of the tech and leadership jobs at Twitter, the microblogging site has acknowledged. Releasing the demographic make-up of its workers Wednesday, Twitter said that men account for 70 percent of employees and 90
A new research study examines the tie between women and minorities who value diversity and how their performance is viewed by their peers. (istock photo) In corporate America, diversity is about as controversial as motherhood and apple pie.
Since the dawn of human kind the business landscape was a man's world...Today, women are wielding more and more power on both sides of the business transaction...In family purchases that involve two adults (a woman and a man) women make: 94% of the
Shopping for clothing is very common these days, but now all dress boutiques are going to deliver the results you are looking for. There are quite a few shops you may come across on the market and each of them may have its own pros and cons.
Vast wealth, massive disruption, formidable power these are just the few of the big-ticket prizes behind some of the doors of the high stakes game known as the tech industry. For many years, it has been an exclusive, members-only sort of sector but
Douglas Most of us hope all Americans have a fair chance to be successful without regard to ethnicity or gender...Diversity is not just an American value, it's good for business. However, the tech world has for too long been dominated by one gender
AP Google published its first diversity report, revealing that 70 per cent of its global workforce is male. Managers in Silicon Valley call it the Dave rule: to assure proper gender balance you must have at least as many women on your team as guys
When it comes to success and leadership, there are almost as many good ideas as there are seconds in a day...When developing yourself for success, it can be hugely confusing to try and pinpoint what to focus on. A recent book gives us a great example
They command the attention and respect of those under them and consistently upgrade subordinate performance via clear goal-setting, positive reinforcement and frequent feedback...While they exhibit great strength and resolve, top managers also
Let's start cutting tech companies some slack over the diversity of their workplaces. Facebook is the latest company to be lambasted in the media for a perceived lack of diversity of employees, with USA Today going so far as to say Facebook's