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7 Benefits of having women in companies

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According to UN Women, companies where three or more women hold senior executive roles benefit from higher performance in organizational effectiveness.

Apple appoints first Latina ever to board of directors

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Apple announced this month that Monica Lozano, president and CEO of College Futures Foundation, has been appointed as the eighth member to Apple’s board of directors-a major first step toward greater diversity and inclusion in higher-level positions.
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Record job losses in December push women out of the workforce en mass

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New data released last week has revealed that in December employers cut 140,000 jobs. A closer look at the data also reveals a shocking gender gap: Women accounted for all the job losses, losing 156,000 jobs.
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Kick the habit! How to avoid overeating when working from home

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If you've been working from home this past year, then you might…
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Effective strategies to tackle stress in the workplace with COVID19

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Stress in the workplace is something we have all experienced.  And not all stress is necessarily a bad thing. Stress can drive you to meet a goal or take on a new challenge.

Maria Piastre: A Latina leader excels in a male-dominated industry 

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In 2017, after only 12 years working in this male-dominated industry,…
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Latina Equal Pay Day is a call to action

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Latina Equal Pay Day is a call to action day. The day when Latina pay catches up to that of White, non-Hispanic men from the previous year.

How author and life coach Linda González is challenging injustice in the workplace

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Linda González is a bilingual life coach, facilitative consultant,…
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The power of community, the legacy of D&I leader Jessica K. Asencio (RIP)

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Today we take a moment to celebrate the life and legacy of Jessica K. Asencio, who dedicated her life to supporting Latino-Hispanic causes and uplifting their voices in the workplace.