Published: Mar 10, 2009
Welcome to the world of HR. One of the first places to search is Vault's archives. We have a number of articles on the site about diversity. The second place is The Society for Human Resource Management or SHRM. Their web site (www.shrm.org) lists white papers, places to go to get information, and classes you can take on the subject. An important resource to check out is the Department of Labor site at www.dol.gov. Here you can get a listing of government statistics and other information. Diversityinc.com is also a good source for information on affirmative action. Good luck.
Welcome back to all our entrepreneurial minded friends, and to those who just want to learn a bit about how small businesses operate. We’ve got a whole bunch more of those pesky challenges to take care of, so if you haven’t read part one yet, you should do so first.
Greetings to all the aspiring entrepreneurs out there. Very recently we spoke about some common habits of the most successful entrepreneurs, and as promised, this time we’re going to tackle some of the biggest challenges new entrepreneurs face, along with effective strategies to overcome them.
Going to law school isn’t—or at least shouldn’t be—something you decide to do suddenly or aimlessly. Such a commitment of time, money, and effort should be taken on only after much deliberation and preparation, especially since your career and your future are at issue.
Fintech is one of the fastest-growing and competitive industries at the moment, which of course means there’s a whole lot of work to be done. Those who are interested in a career in fintech will have a variety of options to choose from, and will enjoy the excitement of a rapidly growing industry.