Tag: Corporate Culture

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Media Executive Byron Allen Calls for McDonald’s CEO To Step Down Over Continuing Allegations of Company’s ‘Horrible, Racist Culture’

Businessman and TV personality Byron Allen is ramping up his ongoing criticism and legal battle with McDonald’s president and CEO Chris Kempczinski, calling for his resignation in a new open letter to the company. TheGrio, a media company owned by Allen, reported that “in his letter, Allen demands McDonald’s end…

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More Than Two-Thirds of Companies Still Lack Necessary Diversity Within Their Tech Workforce

Despite changes in hiring strategies and an increased push for inclusion, many large corporations are still struggling to increase diversity within their tech workforces. Global employment advisor Staffing Industry Analysts reported that “68% of companies feel there is a lack of diversity in their tech workforces, according to a survey…

DiversityInc 2021 Top 50 event: Improving Corporate Culture Through DEI Analytics

During DiversityInc’s 2021 virtual event “Improving Corporate Culture Through DEI Analytics,” panelists came together to discuss the importance of DE&I and data transparency in the modern corporate world. Panelists for the session included Belinda Grant-Anderson, Vice President of Talent Development and Diversity at AT&T (a DiversityInc Hall of Fame Company);…

Archived: Rodgers Leads MLK Day of Service Initiative

By Sheryl Estrada Martin “Marty” Rodgers’ parents prepared him early for his call to service. They chose to name him Martin, inspired by two world changers: St. Martin de Porresand Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. “The expectations my parents had for me were expectations of greatness and service to others,”…

Archived: 'I Didn't Get the Job Because I'm Black'

Race Discrimination Diversity and inclusion in the corporate culture could mean preemptive hiring is discrimination.A Black employee alleged that she was denied a promotion to a higher IT position, and a less-qualified Asian employee was selected instead. The employer’s defense was that she never applied for the position and, therefore,…