Anyone can harbor prejudice—even people with jobs focused on championing diversity.
There’s no denying the pandemic accelerated the fourth industrial revolution, a concept coined by professor Klaus Schwab at the World Economic Forum five years ago to describe the vast digital transition that is fundamentally changing our lives.
Oh, we know. Speaking the word (and its precursor, perimenopause) aloud can clear a room.
As employees at a number of Silicon Valley companies have worked remotely during the pandemic, some of these companies are making permanent changes to their remote-work policies.
For the fortunate few who can work from home, the pandemic has brought an abrupt end to workplace mingling.
In a just world, managers who mistreat their employees would face certain barriers to success.
There is no such thing as an anti-racist company.