Many remain ‘frustrated’ about how and when to enforce policies without discriminating. Clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch may have ended its “appearance and sense of style” hiring rule in April 2015—a rule currently the subject of a lawsuit pending before the U.S. Supreme Court—but questions remain as to how employers can enforce their dress codes…Details
The Weakening Definition of ‘Diversity’ Millennials think that diversity is less about race and gender than it is about different “experiences.” What does this mean for America?
What qualifies as a “diverse” workplace? Does it mean that employees are of a variety of different races and genders? Or does it mean they’ve had a variety of life experiences? Millennials seem to be tilting toward that latter, more easily attainable vision. A recent study from Deloitte and the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative,…Details
To Do Good in the World, Get a Better HR Department Human resources is often thought of as an endless source of bureaucratic hassles, but finding the right people is the beginning of getting any company on a path of positive impact. HR-bashing has been one of the professional world’s most popular pastimes since well…Details
Working for The Muse means that I have a lot of friends coming to me for job search advice. (It also means unlimited vacation time and Whisky Fridays, but that’s an article for a different day.) And while every situation is different, there are a few things I find myself saying over and over. Especially…Details