Stories of the WORKPLACE

HTDigest #13 Interviews, Diversity and Pay

 


New Study Confirms Our Sneaking Suspicion That Women Are Given Harder Job Interviews Than Men

Glamour.com  .  Erin Reimel

Recent findings of videotaped interviews indicate that women are interrupted while speaking and that women are asked more followup questions than male candidates. Assumptions are made regarding the credibility, experience and competence.  How did women handle the interviews.  Read more


The Lesson of the Google Firing for Innovation

The Christian Science Monitor  .  The Monitor’s Editorial Board

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4 TED Talks  that will help you hire the best team

Ladders .  Jane Burnett
  • Mellody Hobson:  Color Blind or  Color Brave
  • Cameron Russell:  Looks Aren’t Everything
  • Yassmin Abdel-Magied:  What Does My Headscarf Mean to You?
  • Paul Bloom:  Can Prejudice Ever Be a Good Thing?

Why these particular talks?  Read more


 

‘Hawaii Five O’ Cast Departures Highlight Racial Wage Gap in TV

The Washington Post  .  Sonia Rao

Actors and actresses of color have challenges in getting work and quality roles that represent their diversity of skill.  But getting the role may be just the beginning.  What happens when the negotiations for salary based upon show’s impact, profitability and success occur?  Is there pay parity for all the talented resources lending their skills to the successful program.  Read more


After racial tensions, over 150 CEOs to sign groundbreaking pledge to create diverse workforces

theladders.com  .  Jane Burnett

With the launch of CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion, there are 50 industries represented with the stated goal of “simply put, organizations with diverse teams perform better”.  What’s their next actionable step?  Read more

 

A new resource to prepare for your workplace meetings

If you like a process and flow, you might like something new we’re working on. We prepared a small and effective resource to help you speak with your manager (or team members)  with increased confidence.

It’s a an organized tool that lets you identify the most important elements of the upcoming meeting / conversation that you care about.  This will hep you to be more confident, and definitely more prepared during the meeting discussion – potentially improving the outcome.  We know what to do already, but this gives us an organized framework for planning – for every 1:1 meeting.

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Christian Fisher

 

 

(updated 3/20/18)