Hiring


Interview

The role of the right questions and embracing discomfort in getting the return to office right

Daisy Auger-Domínguez, who wrote the new book 'Inclusion Revolution' and is the chief people officer at Vice Media Group, on inclusion and the return to office.

The role of the right questions and embracing discomfort in getting the return to office right

Interview

How to talk about diversity

New research shows that talking about diversity in terms of business benefits has negative impacts—and that there's a better way for organizations to discuss why they're undertaking diversity initiatives.

How to talk about diversity



Vacation-palooza, where leadership fails Black workers, rats return

Anticipating a vacation crush this summer, a look at race and the return to workplace, and other updates to help you manage yourself, your team, and your organization.

Vacation-palooza, where leadership fails Black workers, rats return

The problem with resumes, overwork, crying with colleagues

Removing bias from hiring and opening up job opportunities to people who might not traditionally have had access to them are critical parts of resetting how organizations operate.

The problem with resumes, overwork, crying with colleagues

Interview

Rethinking the resume is a key to fair hiring

A Q&A with Frida Polli, CEO and co-founder of pymetrics, which uses behavioral science and artificial intelligence to reduce bias in hiring.

Rethinking the resume is a key to fair hiring