How to Deal With Workplace Discrimination Unfortunately, discrimination is commonplace in workplaces up and down the country. In the United States alone, workplace discrimination costs businesses and industry $64 billion every year.
The Systematic Approach to Landing a Job To take advantage of new opportunities, jobseekers should not only focus on companies that actively recruit minorities, but also develop a clear method, or re-evaluate their...
- December 6, 2013
African-Americans Biggest Users of Online Job Search WASHINGTON, Nov. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — African Americans are more likely than the public at large to use the Internet to look for a job, and particularly...
- November 6, 2013
The Candidate Skills/Qualities Employers Want When it comes to the importance of candidate skills and qualities, employers are looking for team players who can solve problems, organize their work, and communicate...
- October 11, 2013
Create Your Career Change Action Plan Bryant & Stratton College Online Hosts Webinar on Creating a Career Change Action Plan On October 15 career expert Kim Dority will share strategies for using...
- October 7, 2013
Webinar on Starting a New Job BUFFALO, NY (September 11, 2013) – First impressions count, even after landing a dream job. To help current and prospective students and job seekers build a...
- September 11, 2013
African Americans and American Gun Culture Stefan B. Tahmassebi of the George Mason Civil Rights Law Journal indicated that the first recorded law restricting African Americans from owning guns was in Virginia...
- September 10, 2013
Which America Are We Living In? There has been intense chatter about Black-on-Black crime in response to the reaction of the George Zimmerman verdict in Sanford, FL. The most used example is...
- August 10, 2013
Makes Me Wanna Holler Too I remember reading Nathan McCall’s Make’s Me Wanna Holler for the first time back in 1998 and how it made me feel. The book chronicles the...
- July 27, 2013
Does the “E” stand for “Entitled or “Excellent”? I was asked an interesting question during a radio interview related to the so called “sense of entitlement” of the younger “me, me, me” generation which...
- July 19, 2013