Tag: Employees

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Proposed Labor Department Rule Would Grant Federal Contractor Employers Religious Exemption from Discrimination Claims

A proposed rule under President Trump’s Department of Labor would give certain federal contractors the right to discriminate against people based on religious views. The proposal caused an uproar after the Labor Department announced it earlier this month, mainly because the implications of the rule would likely disproportionately affect LGBTQ…

Effectively Communicating to Employees Where You Stand on Today’s Social Issues

Learn how companies are communicating their stance on social issues in the U.S., such as racial tension, immigration, gender parity and equal pay. Panelists: Kathleen Navarro, Vice President & Chief Diversity Officer, New York Life Elena Richards, Managing Director, Office of Diversity, PricewaterhouseCoopers Sharon Harvey Davis, Vice President, Chief Diversity…

Millennials Put Low Value on High Salary

This year, millennials (defined as people born between 1981 and 1997) became the largest generation in the American workforce, surpassing Generation X (people born between 1965 and 1980) for the first time. Since they now represent the majority of employees and potential hires, it is important for managers to be…