[ad_1] During a panel discussion on ethnic diversity chaired by Maxine Goddard (pictured), senior vice president, strategic distribution & development at Sompo International, insurance professionals lent their insights into how employers can overcome the challenges preventing the creation of more inclusive workplace cultures. Exploring some of these concerns, Goddard noted that recruitment bias is a
[ad_1] Reading Time: 2 minutes   Premium casino content developer, Red Rake Gaming, is choosing by Holland Casino to distribute their high-end and innovative suite of top performing casino games into the newly regulated Dutch market. Holland Casino is a state-owned, land-based casino operator in the Netherlands, operating 14 casinos across the country servicing over
[ad_1] Oak Ridge Schools will hire three new employees to help students with disabilities learn workplace skills. The program involves students with “moderate to severe disabilities” and it will offer not just training, but hands-on experience in the workplace at jobs, documents according to documents attached to the Oak Ridge Board of Education’s October meeting agenda.
[ad_1] Jeff Bezos’ space exploration firm Blue Origin is suffering from dysfunctional leadership and a sexism-fueled ‘bro culture’ that makes it intimidating for women to work there, according to current and former employees. Other executives said that the dysfunctional corporate culture at Blue Origin was to blame for its lagging behind rival SpaceX, owned by
[ad_1] The San Leandro Hospital emergency department, where nurse Mawata Kamara works, went into lockdown recently when a visitor, agitated about being barred from seeing a patient due to COVID-19 restrictions, threatened to bring a gun to the California facility near Oakland. It wasn’t the first time the department faced a gun threat during the
[ad_1] Professor Hope O’Rukevbe Eghagha By Hope O’Rukevbe Eghagha                 There are times when one’s workplace is akin to a war front. That is, there are always battles to be fought, won or lost. With each loss or victory, enemies are created. It does not matter that the victor was right. Once he wins a
[ad_1] WASHINGTON — The government’s top infectious diseases expert says families can feel safe trick-or-treating outdoors this year for Halloween as COVID-19 cases in the U.S. decline, especially for those who are vaccinated. Dr. Anthony Fauci told CNN’s “State of the Union” Sunday that it’s an important time of year for children, so “go out