2020-10-21 11:00:57| Fast Company
Maynard Webb advises a founder to listen politely to a returns-focused backer, but also to remember who’s CEO. Q. A seasoned investor is upset about the diversity and inclusion program we just announced and says we should focus on returns. I see merit in the policy and want to continue, but don’t know how to proceed and not antagonize him. Read Full Story
2020-10-20 20:49:56| digg
I've been in and around engineer hiring for the past 13 years, as an engineer, a recruiter, and a founder of a technical recruiting marketplace. Over the course of those 13 years, I've become increasingly disgruntled at the state of hiring, and now I'm mad enough to write this blog post.
2020-10-18 22:30:00| Fool.com Headlines
Why turn down free money to put your cash at risk elsewhere?
2020-10-16 15:19:40| PR News Online
Sometimes, when a company fails to take full stock of its actionsparticularly around internal operationsactivist employees take to social media to call out their organization. When an employees post goes viral, PR pros are expected to pick up the pieces. So, what is the best course of action when an employee puts a company on the stand regarding DEI, the election or another hot-button topic? Experts weigh in. The post When Employees Call Out a Brand on Social, Should It Take a Stand? appeared first on PRNEWS.
2020-10-14 13:21:00| Fool.com Headlines
These companies make for much smarter investments than a potentially flawed digital token.