The online underwear retailer is on a mission to provide a bra for every body shape, size and skin tone - and it’s looking to a cloud-based data warehouse from Snowflake to provide the insights it needs.
The buck stops with Zuckerberg for Facebook's civil rights shortcomings says...Facebook's own audit report
A meeting between Facebook management and civil rights campaigners was little more than a PR exercise, but a damning audit report does at least place blame firmly where it belongs - at the feet of Mark Zuckerberg himself.
Focusing on individual strengths and minimizing weaknesses is key to creating a thriving workplace for both neurodivergent and neurotypical employees.
Different experiences + different perspectives = better decision making - the neurodiversity HR equation
Why are people with autism, dyslexia and other alternative thinking styles largely ignored in the workplace? Firms like Auticon aren't making that mistake.
How can business make sure Diversity & Inclusion stays top of the corporate agenda? Learnings from Google, Salesforce and SAP
The killing of George Floyd has put Diversity & Inclusion firmly on the CEO agenda, but how is the tech sector responding in terms of meaningful and lasting change?
HR guru Josh Bersin explains how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted leadership, the way we work and HR’s role in the second part of an exclusive interview.
Enterprise hits and misses - contactless payments on the rise, equality on the corporate agenda, and Zoom and Slack in review
This week - will health demands of COVID-19 push the U.S. into hands-free payments? Zoom, Slack and Zuora all face the earnings music - we analyze. And: equality is on the corporate agenda - but is it platitudes or action? Your whiffs include fun-with-AI, and angry cockatoos.
Tibco CIO Sharon Mandell has gathered learnings from some key women leaders throughout her career in IT.
A female tech CEO really shouldn't be something that stands out for comment, but there's work to do to challenge the male-dominated 'elite' status quo.
Broadcaster Soledad O'Brien tells ASUG that the current crisis will be a leveller for women in the workplace
Ex-CNN anchor offers her advice to companies on dealing with the new reality and how it will be a leveller for women in the workplace
Coronavirus will change what ‘customer success’ means for business - value and purpose now essential
Much attention has been paid to the importance of ‘customer success’ in recent years. But as with the financial crisis, Coronavirus again changes what that means.
Tips from Salesforce's Women's Network on bringing employee groups together across an organization - and not just in a time of crisis.
As the Coronavirus pandemic worsens around the globe, many people will find themselves isolated, working from home and could face some mental health challenges.