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"The conversation focused on how AT&T can work with the Trump administration to increase investment in the U.S.," AT&T said in a statement.
"Look at your career as a long-term campaign," says Van Buskirk.
AT&T's Chief Diversity Officer and Senior Vice President of Human Resources Cynthia Marshall offers career advice.
Working at AT&T is about challenging yourself to become the best version of you.
AT&T's Allison Roberts, president of the Women of Technology employee network, shares why it's important to attract and retain women in technology.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson Forthrightly Addresses Racial Tensions, Says 'the dialogue must start with me'
Addressing 1,700 resource group members, Stephenson discusses all the tough issues — and in an honest, forthright, personal and humble way.
New company with complementary strengths to lead the next wave of innovation in converging media and communications industry.
AT&T history is also African American history.
Company will continue to provide highly-secure integrated communications solutions to federal agencies
The episodic documentary series, created by Tom Brady, Michael Strahan and Gotham Chopra, examines the transcendent social and cultural impact of sports around the world.
AT&T Contributes to Baton Rouge Area Foundation and DonorsChoose.org
Friends, allies and members of the LGBT community are invited to participate in AT&T’s Live Proud campaign to celebrate awareness and empowerment for the LGBT community, and enter to win a trip to Palm Springs Pride Week in November.
Company Reports Strong Positioning in Workforce, Supplier Diversity, Marketing and Community Engagement.
Companywide survey found 90 percent of employees believe AT&T is committed to diversity and an inclusive culture.
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This week, the Girl Scouts of America and the Boy Scouts of America both announced positive steps towards LGBT equality in their respective organizations.
A new report shows that while Asian Americans are well represented among the work force of five large tech firms, they remain underrepresented in leadership roles.
Executive women discuss how they have managed to build a viable executive presence and share work experiences.
What is the difference between the Top 10 and the rest of the DiversityInc Top 50? Deep CEO and senior leadership involvement, creating the need for best practices that lead to significant human-capital improvements.
DiversityInc Top 50 Companies use more diversity-management best practices – and have significantly more gender and racial/ethnic diversity in management and top levels – than the Fortune 500.
New Jersey City University honors DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti and others on a night pressing commitment to diversity and service to the community.
The corporate, political and social backlash against Indiana’s new ‘Religious Freedom Law’ is escalating. The fight against the law, which allows LGBT discrimination, is led by Diversityinc Top 50 companies Eli Lilly and Company and Cummins
They join 354 other businesses/organizations in urging the Supreme Court to strike down the remaining 13 state bans on same-gender marriage.
AT&T has had remarkable success in on-boarding new employees with the help of its resource groups. Debbie Storey, Senior Vice President, Talent Development and Chief Diversity Officer, showcased best practices including live events, leadership opportunities and cross-generational learning, at DiversityInc's October event.