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Majority Of Top Execs Don’t Have a Successor In Waiting

Top executives world-wide are ill-prepared when it comes to who will take over the reins. That's according a survey from Korn Ferry.

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Google Workers Stand Up Against 'Culture of Retaliation'

Google workers worldwide on May 1 held a sit-in blasting the company for its “culture of retaliation.” So reports the Los Angeles Times.

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Diversity More Prominent On Screen, But Not Among Power Brokers

Recent blockbuster hits “Black Panther” and “Crazy Rich Asians” highlighted some big gains for Hollywood when it comes to actors of color appearing prominently on screen. So reports Variety.

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Bank of America to Lift Minimum Wage to $20 An Hour

Bank of America aims to raise its hourly minimum wage to $20 over the next two years, which would follow its hourly minimum wage hike of $17 last month. So reports CNBC.

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Bank of America To Lift Minimum Hourly Wage To $20

Bank of America aims to raise its hourly minimum wage to $20 over the next two years, which would follow its hourly minimum wage hike of $17 last month. So reports CNBC.
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/15/bank-of-america-employees-get-first-pay-bump-on-road-to-20-an-hour-minimum-wage.html

“We have raised our minimum wage because we believe that to best serve our customers and clients, we need the best teams,” Sheri Bronstein, Bank of America’s chief human resources officer, said.

 

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CBS Assigns HR Manager for Each Studio After Scrutiny

CBS has revamped its human resources regime and will assign an HR manager for each of its studios as it deals with recent negative fallout. So reports Variety.

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What's in Google’s Five Minute Leadership Test?

For Google, finding a great leader can be determined with 13 questions and just five minutes. So reports Inc.

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Target Raising Minimum Wage to $13 Per Hour

Target Corp will lift its minimum wage from $12 to $13 an hour starting in June, amid a tight labor market, Reuters reports.

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Plugging the Leaky C-Suite Pipeline for Women

Companies may have the best intentions in boosting the number of women executives in their ranks, but the pipeline leading to the C-Suite may be rife with leaks. So reports Entrepreneur.

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Taking Concrete Steps to Build a Solid Workforce Culture

Human resources managers can take five steps that will help them lift their companies’ workplace cultures. So reports Thrive Global.

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