Diversity & Inclusion


Rihanna Helped Kill Victoria’s Secret’s Fashion Show Business

Victoria’s Secret's antiquated lingerie show of yesterday finally decided to close up shop, and Rihanna’s successful Savage x Fenty brand helped deal the final blow. Rihanna’s lingerie brand sits squarely at the center of business and culture in the $13.1 billion U.S. women’s underwear sector.

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Tips For Building Meaningful Employee Engagement

Words like ‘engagement’ and ‘culture’ can get thrown around with a lot of lip service and garner very little more than an eye roll from staff and leadership alike. Here are some tips to help go beyond lip service and truly connect with employees.
Dec 11, 2019

Are Older Entrepreneurs The Best Entrepreneurs?

Entrepreneurship is often seen as the preserve of the young, with many in the industry actively discriminating against older entrepreneurs. With new data suggesting older entrepreneurs are actually more successful, it's time for a rethink.
Dec 10, 2019

Victim Locked In Freezer: Chipotle Settles Sexual Harassment Case

Chipotle settled a case in which a male employee alleged that he was harassed by his female boss and was locked in a freezer for reporting the harassing behavior. This case is a reminder that not all sexual harassment perpetrators are men, and that harassment is often more about power than gender.