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Compare Nonprofit, For-Profit Online Degree Programs

Monday, February 13, 2017

While there’s still a stigma against for-profits, the quality of education varies widely within the sector, experts say.

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Gender diversity at work: using education to tackle the backlash

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Conversations about the advancement of women at work are now so commonplace that it can seem like a foregone conclusion that, someday soon, women will have equal opportunities and pay.

But then you start wading through the comments under news articles on gender diversity and you realise there is a very angry, resentful undertow from some (mostly men) who demonstrate a fear that when women win, men and families will lose.

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POLL: Women more concerned about gender diversity in the workplace

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Women business leaders are about twice as likely as their male counterparts to say their company should put more effort into increasing gender diversity, a new poll said.

One-quarter of the women polled said their employer should be doing more to advance female employees compared to about 12 percent of the men, according to the latest CohnReznick-New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Business Climate Survey, released Wednesday.

The survey, which focused on women in the workplace, revealed “a disconnect” in men’s and women’s perceptions of gender diversity, said Philip Mandel, regional managing partner at CohnReznick, a New York City-based accounting firm.

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Finding common ground in workplace diversity

Thursday, August 18, 2016

The recent shootings of Black men throughout our country and police officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge have ignited discussions about diversity in the community as well as the workforce.
What is the meaning of diversity? Most Americans would say diversity incorporates race, gender and ethnicity and stops there. But I believe diversity involves much more than that.
Though I agree the above three components represent some of the primary dimensions of diversity, we must also include age, sexual orientation and physical and mental ability. And there are secondary dimensions: religion, lifestyle, style of dress, language, communication style, personality style, geographic location, learning style and even military service. All of these components of diversity are part of today’s workplace.

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3 Ways We Can Increase Diversity In Corporate America

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Diversity in corporate leadership, especially among fast-growth companies, is no longer a nice-to-have, a buzz-word, or a marketing ploy. It’s an economic necessity.

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Davos 2016: it’s time to talk about gender inequality

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

The Girls’ Lounge at the World Economic Forum is spearheading an important debate about the lack of women at the heart of the business world

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