There are now literally hundreds of MBA programs available worldwide. Evaluating an MBA today is roughly the equivalent of talking about a car—one needs more specific details to really understand how one program compares to another. Continue reading One-Year or Two-Year MBA: Is There a Simple Answer?
Heavy rains on Tuesday didn’t stop voters from showing up at the polls and assuring Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of her congressional victory. Continue reading Latina progressive Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will be youngest member of Congress
Not that long ago, Diversity & Inclusion was viewed as a sort of “icing on the cake” issue – companies knew that having a team dedicated to these issues was a good thing to have, but not totally necessary to the bottom line. Continue reading Four Companies That Are Getting Diversity & Inclusion Right – And How They’re Doing It
Riverside, CA – Western Municipal Water District’s (Western) new handbook, the SoCal Yard Transformation guide, is now available in Spanish. The landscaping guide is free and available to Western customers, as well residents throughout the Santa Ana Watershed. Continue reading Spanish-speaking SoCal residents can now enjoy the FREE comedic and educational “SoCal Yard Transformation” guide
As an executive, you might find it difficult to stay calm during stressful times. Continue reading How Executives Can Stay Calm Under Pressure
“We just don’t think it could happen to us, or that it only happens to older women,” said Pablo, who’s 37 and recently battled breast cancer. Continue reading Latina music exec behind Maluma, CNCO has new, personal mission: breast cancer awareness
Most people don’t get a chance to play professional sports for a living, but many truths we see on the field apply to the average workplace. Continue reading 3 Career Lessons Anyone Can Learn From the 2018 Boston Red Sox
Though the job market is pretty healthy these days, there’s a lot of competition out there. One way to get a leg up, is to present an outstanding resume, and knowing what mistakes to avoid will help in this regard. Continue reading 4 Things Hiring Managers Don’t Want to See on Your Resume
NCCER and its Build Your Future (BYF) initiative have recently partnered with the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) to create a unique scholarship opportunity for individuals pursuing a career in construction through craft and technical programs.
Continue reading New Construction Craft Scholarship Unveiled
New Nationwide survey reveals more than 80 percent of both African-American and Hispanic business owners of companies under 500 employees indicate they offer some form of employee benefits. Continue reading Employees of diverse business owners are more likely to receive robust benefits packages