Heather Tinsley-Fix of AARP talks about why employers need to learn how to prevent unintended age bias as recruiting becomes increasingly powered by AI and automation and why it matters to employees.
Marlin Smith, founding partner, Mandrake HR Consulting, talks about unconscious bias, the topic of his presentation (what it is and how to deal with it as an employer & employee) at #SHRMDiv in Atlanta.
To mark National Disability Employment Awareness Month, SHRM supports efforts to expand the talent pool for jobs, including with people with Down syndrome
ATLANTA, Oct. 24, 2018 — Given the most competitive job market in decades, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) actively advocates for employers to expand the pool of people considered for employment. Today, SHRM recognized the progressive work of the National Down Syndrome Society with a surprise to the organization to further its #DSWORKS® Employment Program.
Career Diversity Is a Builder – In Today’s Increasingly Diverse Workforce and Economy, Embrace it.
As a former NCAA Student-Athlete, no day was the same, each opponent created a new challenge as did a rigorous academic schedule and no season nor semester was like the previous one. This experience prepared me to be adaptive, prepared and embracing towards new opportunities throughout my career path.
This week I am in Atlanta for the SHRM Diversity Conference. I had the opportunity to speak on bias, HR technology, and how AI might be able to help us avoid some of our biased tendencies (if we can keep the bias out of the systems themselves).
IBIS Consulting Group is one of the major sponsors of the sold out event 2018 SHRM Diversity & Inclusion Conference. I had the pleasure of interviewing Shilpa Sherwani, CEO and Principal. She was one of the speakers last year. Shilpa started as an intern at IBIS when she came to the US to further her education. She is an Organizational Psychologist by training and pursued a master’s in Organizational Development.
SHRM President & CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. welcomes the more than 900 people attending this year's Society for Human Resource Management Diversity & Inclusion Conference & Exposition.
Transitioning from Active Duty to a Civilian career can be a struggle for many of our Military and Veterans, but with the right cultural fit built into organizations, efforts can seem effortless.
My first interview for the 2018 SHRM Diversity & Inclusion Conference (#SHRMDIV) that is being held in Atlanta less than 2 weeks was with Joe Gerstandt. Click here for the Q & A with Joe. My next interview is with Elena Valentine.