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Are You Are a Victim of Age Discrimination or Wage Discrimination?

When a company targets the highest-paid employees to lay off, management may place themselves in the situation of wage or age discrimination.

We Should Check Our Biases and Assumptions before Making Decisions

There is still a faction of individuals who hear "quotas" when someone says "diversity.” They also assume that "efforts to increase" equates to "mandatory hiring" and that the individuals hired will be unqualified. Why is that?

SHRM 2018 Conference Highlights New Perspectives on Leadership and Motivation

This week I will participate in one of my favorite events in one of my favorite cities – the annual Society of Human Resource Management 2018 conference and Exposition in Chicago – to learn what is trending in the field.

Studies Show Middle Managers Struggle with Anxiety and Depression

New research shows that having some authority over co-workers is not the key to eternal happiness. In fact, it may be quite the opposite.

Mindfulness and Action Led APU Alumna Laticia Jackson to Social Activism

On Friday, April 20, Laticia will hold a webinar at 12 noon ET. Laticia will talk about how her her life experiences shaped her social activism.

Pave Your Career Path: VCF Insights from a Corporate Recruiter, Episode 2

On this episode of Pave Your Career Path, Leia O’Connell and corporate recruiter Deana Carter chat about what to expect at a Virtual Career Fair (VCF).

7 Coaching Myths That Are Keeping You From Being a Better Leader

The hallmark of coaching as a leadership style is the igniting of insight in day-to-day conversations, which enables people to learn from their experiences "in the moment."

Why You Can't Solve Problems with Teamwork, Genius, or Creativity

If you want to create brilliant products and solutions, you should hire the best geniuses, give them an environment to flourish, then do what you can to keep them, right?

10 Predictions For AI, Big Data, and Analytics in 2018

A new Forrester Research report, Predictions 2018: The Honeymoon For AI Is Over, predicts that in 2018 enterprises will finally move beyond the hype to recognize that AI requires hard work—planning, deploying, and governing it correctly.