Facebook is changing. So much so that it’s getting hard to keep up with all the news. From social VR to updated news feeds, the social media giant is clearly trying to do something. It may have been a rough couple of years for Facebook, but it’s still one of the most popular platforms for businesses – provided you can break through the new algorithm.
Dating apps made quite the splash after Tinder first hit the app store in 2012. People were swiping right around the globe, making matches and meeting exciting new dating prospects. But it didn’t take long for women to realize that flirting on Tinder had many of the same pitfalls as flirting at a bar. Namely, it sometimes opened the gates for unwanted comments and harassment. That’s when Tinder’s former co-founder Whitney Wolfe decided to do something different: she would make a dating app[...]
October is historically an exciting and busy month, with a variety of colorful celebrations taking place across the globe. It’s a diverse month. It’s also a month for diversity. In less than a week, Chicago will welcome the National Minority Supplier Development Council’s 2016 Conference and Business Opportunity Exchange -- an event we hope to see you at on October 23. For all the talk of diversity, however, we know that challenges and biases persist. We hear them in shocking political[...]
Diversity isn’t just a staffing industry topic. It’s taken center stage during this polarizing election season -- more than economics, job creation, the military or taxes. The groundbreaking and inspirational events of recent weeks demonstrate that a person’s capabilities, skills and worth have no cultural, intellectual, gender or racial bounds. We know that promoting gender equality plays a vital role in retaining top talent. So why must we still make the “business case” for inclusion? It’s[...]