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Aligning Reality with the Ideal: Diversity Exec Working to Bridge Equity Gaps

EntertainHR - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:05

When Ellen Bailey, Senior Director of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging at Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning, was growing up, she remembers her parents telling her, “You can be anything you want.” She took that to heart when she was a kid, but when she grew up and started looking at the statistics, she found out […] The...

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Aligning Reality with the Ideal: Diversity Exec Working to Bridge Equity Gaps

The Oswald Letter - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:05

When Ellen Bailey, Senior Director of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging at Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning, was growing up, she remembers her parents telling her, “You can be anything you want.” She took that to heart when she was a kid, but when she grew up and started looking at the statistics, she found out that “the...

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Aligning Reality with the Ideal: Diversity Exec Working to Bridge Equity Gaps

Human Resources News - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:05

When Ellen Bailey, Senior Director of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging at Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning, was growing up, she remembers her parents telling her, “You can be anything you want.” She took that to heart when she was a kid, but when she grew up and started looking at the statistics, she found out that “the...

Aligning Reality with the Ideal: Diversity Exec Working to Bridge Equity Gaps

Resources for Humans: - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:05

When Ellen Bailey, Senior Director of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging at Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning, was growing up, she remembers her parents telling her, “You can be anything you want.” She took that to heart when she was a kid, but when she grew up and started looking at the statistics, she found out that “the...

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Aligning Reality with the Ideal: Diversity Exec Working to Bridge Equity Gaps

That's What She Said - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:05

When Ellen Bailey, Senior Director of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging at Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning, was growing up, she remembers her parents telling her, “You can be anything you want.” She took that to heart when she was a kid, but when she grew up and started looking at the statistics, she found out that “the...

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Employee, Spouse Blame Employer for COVID-19 Infection, but Lawsuit Fails

EntertainHR - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:00

A federal court recently dismissed a lawsuit filed by an employee and his spouse attempting to hold his employer liable for both of them contracting COVID-19. The dismissal should bring comfort to employer anxiety over negligence lawsuits by employees and their family members seeking damages for possibly bringing a coronavirus infection home from...

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How to Return to Physical Workspaces if We Don’t Reach Herd Immunity

EntertainHR - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:00

COVID-19 has pitted health and safety against the well-being of people and organizations. Keeping communities safe has meant sacrificing so much, and the pains of the past year have been twofold: Businesses have been forced to close or become remote, and workers’ emotional well-being has been at risk. After everything we’ve collectively been...

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Can a 17-Year-Old Sign to Authorize a Background Check?

EntertainHR - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:00

Background checks have become a fairly standard component of the hiring process. Most employers perform some form of background screening, though it varies in terms of how in-depth it is and what is covered. This can not only help the employer with decision-making but also ensure the employer uncovers potential issues. For employers that hire...

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Employee, Spouse Blame Employer for COVID-19 Infection, but Lawsuit Fails

The Oswald Letter - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:00

A federal court recently dismissed a lawsuit filed by an employee and his spouse attempting to hold his employer liable for both of them contracting COVID-19. The dismissal should bring comfort to employer anxiety over negligence lawsuits by employees and their family members seeking damages for possibly bringing a coronavirus infection home from...

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How to Return to Physical Workspaces if We Don’t Reach Herd Immunity

The Oswald Letter - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:00

COVID-19 has pitted health and safety against the well-being of people and organizations. Keeping communities safe has meant sacrificing so much, and the pains of the past year have been twofold: Businesses have been forced to close or become remote, and workers’ emotional well-being has been at risk. Source: oxinoxi /...

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Can a 17-Year-Old Sign to Authorize a Background Check?

The Oswald Letter - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:00

Background checks have become a fairly standard component of the hiring process. Most employers perform some form of background screening, though it varies in terms of how in-depth it is and what is covered. This can not only help the employer with decision-making but also ensure the employer uncovers potential issues. Source: Antonio...

Categories: Blogs

Employee, Spouse Blame Employer for COVID-19 Infection, but Lawsuit Fails

Human Resources News - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:00

A federal court recently dismissed a lawsuit filed by an employee and his spouse attempting to hold his employer liable for both of them contracting COVID-19. The dismissal should bring comfort to employer anxiety over negligence lawsuits by employees and their family members seeking damages for possibly bringing a coronavirus infection home from...

How to Return to Physical Workspaces if We Don’t Reach Herd Immunity

Human Resources News - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:00

COVID-19 has pitted health and safety against the well-being of people and organizations. Keeping communities safe has meant sacrificing so much, and the pains of the past year have been twofold: Businesses have been forced to close or become remote, and workers’ emotional well-being has been at risk. Source: oxinoxi /...

Can a 17-Year-Old Sign to Authorize a Background Check?

Human Resources News - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:00

Background checks have become a fairly standard component of the hiring process. Most employers perform some form of background screening, though it varies in terms of how in-depth it is and what is covered. This can not only help the employer with decision-making but also ensure the employer uncovers potential issues. Source: Antonio...

Employee, Spouse Blame Employer for COVID-19 Infection, but Lawsuit Fails

Resources for Humans: - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:00

A federal court recently dismissed a lawsuit filed by an employee and his spouse attempting to hold his employer liable for both of them contracting COVID-19. The dismissal should bring comfort to employer anxiety over negligence lawsuits by employees and their family members seeking damages for possibly bringing a coronavirus infection home from...

Categories: Blogs

How to Return to Physical Workspaces if We Don’t Reach Herd Immunity

Resources for Humans: - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:00

COVID-19 has pitted health and safety against the well-being of people and organizations. Keeping communities safe has meant sacrificing so much, and the pains of the past year have been twofold: Businesses have been forced to close or become remote, and workers’ emotional well-being has been at risk. Source: oxinoxi /...

Categories: Blogs

Can a 17-Year-Old Sign to Authorize a Background Check?

Resources for Humans: - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:00

Background checks have become a fairly standard component of the hiring process. Most employers perform some form of background screening, though it varies in terms of how in-depth it is and what is covered. This can not only help the employer with decision-making but also ensure the employer uncovers potential issues. Source: Antonio...

Categories: Blogs

Employee, Spouse Blame Employer for COVID-19 Infection, but Lawsuit Fails

That's What She Said - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:00

A federal court recently dismissed a lawsuit filed by an employee and his spouse attempting to hold his employer liable for both of them contracting COVID-19. The dismissal should bring comfort to employer anxiety over negligence lawsuits by employees and their family members seeking damages for possibly bringing a coronavirus infection home from...

Categories: Blogs

How to Return to Physical Workspaces if We Don’t Reach Herd Immunity

That's What She Said - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:00

COVID-19 has pitted health and safety against the well-being of people and organizations. Keeping communities safe has meant sacrificing so much, and the pains of the past year have been twofold: Businesses have been forced to close or become remote, and workers’ emotional well-being has been at risk. Source: oxinoxi /...

Categories: Blogs

Can a 17-Year-Old Sign to Authorize a Background Check?

That's What She Said - Mon, 06/28/2021 - 04:00

Background checks have become a fairly standard component of the hiring process. Most employers perform some form of background screening, though it varies in terms of how in-depth it is and what is covered. This can not only help the employer with decision-making but also ensure the employer uncovers potential issues. Source: Antonio...

Categories: Blogs
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