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HUACNJ salutes DiversityInc as an official media partner of the luncheon, where five New Jersey residents will receive Distinguished Alumni awards.
DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti moderated the panel "Characteristics of High Potentials" with Michael Fenlon, Global and US Talent Leader, PricewaterhouseCoopers; and Matthew Schuyler, Chief Human Resources Officer, Hilton Worldwide.
Good news does not drive readership, but let's end the week on a good note.
Demographically guaranteed to lose the next election
The practices in question affected a small fraction of job applicants and ceased several years ago.
CEO of DiversityInc Luke Visconti interviews Nandita Bakhshi, Executive Vice President, Head of Consumer Bank at TD Bank.
In an interview with DiversityInc, New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer discusses a new diversity initiative regarding pension funds.
In the wake of Ferguson and Baltimore, the women of Bennett College are extolled for being the strongest Americans we have.
The corporate advisory services of the National Organization on Disability are now available to companies across the U.S.
The police-related death of Freddie Gray sparked civil unrest, which is actually a culmination of years of police brutality against Blacks and ongoing economic depression in Baltimore.
Good values and successful diversity efforts aren’t very powerful if you keep them a secret.
Keynote speaker at the 2015 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity Announcement Dinner Rev. Jesse Jackson discussed how diversity in the workplace adds value to a company, the legacy of the civil rights movement, and his quest to change Silicon Valley.
New Jersey City University honors DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti and others on a night pressing commitment to diversity and service to the community.
Luke Visconti, CEO: Starbucks CEO Needs to Start Discussion About Race With His Leadership Team, Not Minimum-Wage Employees and Customers
This is nothing but a cheap publicity stunt. Schultz is a multibillionaire, yet he has not been involved in a constructive way in the discussion of race until now.