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Archives for May 24, 2023
Goldman Shows Small Gain in Black Executives Amid Diversity Push
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. made small gains in diversifying its executive ranks, adding to its number of Black managers, amid a push for increased minority representation on Wall Street and across corporate America.
Does Target Believe in LGBTQ Rights or Not?
The retailer’s annual Pride month collection is drawing transphobic criticism and misinformation. It’s an opportunity to show what the brand stands for.
Workers want a four-day week. Why hasn’t it happened?
The shortened workweek is gaining buzz in the U.S. but still faces hurdles before wide adoption
HR Hotline: Is Using AI for HR Tasks Legally Risky?
Q: Lately my inbox has been flooded with advertisements for AI tools that will “revolutionize” my company’s ability to accomplish traditional HR tasks, like recruitment and hiring.
Another Strike Against the Return to Offices: Everyone’s Got Allergies
A rough allergy season has people sneezing through meetings and apologizing to co-workers
Amazon Must Let Staff Use Workspaces for Organizing, US Labor Officials Say
Amazon.com Inc. violated federal labor laws when it prevented off-duty employees from using workspaces for union organizing, US labor prosecutors alleged in sweeping new complaints, escalating their standoff with the country’s second-biggest private employer.
Harvard study finds implicit racial bias highest among white people
On an implicit measure, white US participants, as well as white participants from other countries, consistently associated the attribute “human” (as opposed to “animal”) with their own group more than other racial groups.