The Goldman CEO has bowed out with a message telling staff what he will miss most about the firmSourceLloyd Blankfein, outgoing CEO of Goldman SachsWhen I’ve been asked about succession in the past, it’s always hard for me to imagine leaving. When times are tougher, you can’t leave. And, when times are better, you don’t … Continue reading Lloyd Blankfein’s emotional farewell to Goldman Sachs staff
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There’s been a tendency over the last century or two to imagine the solo-living man as someone who has chosen peaceful privacy and the solo-living woman as a sort of flawed societal leftover. Or perhaps more alarmingly, a woman who has chosen to reject her preordained role as helper to a husband and family. via The … Continue reading Reblog: The Benefits of Spinsterhood
The next step in HR’s data evolution is to ‘cross-pollinate’ data-sets from different areas of the business, in much the same way marketing and finance teams have been doing for some time. via Is this the answer to improving diversity outcomes?
At least 414 high-profile executives and employees across fields and industries have been outed by the #MeToo Movement in 18 months, according to data collected by a New York-based crisis consulting firm. via #MeToo snares over 400 high-profile execs
With a surplus of AI balancing on our fingertips, it’s essential that organizations fully understand the types of software they’re buying – otherwise why spend the money? via Tech-savvy president reveals the AI he's most excited about
The issue may arise in the context where an employee has been absent from work or unable to perform his or her role for some time due to a mental illness, or where there are performance or conduct issues and the employer is aware that the employee suffers from a mental illness. via When can you … Continue reading Reblog: When can you terminate an employee who has a mental illness?