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Making the workplace more inclusive -- at all experience levels -- has been an ongoing challenge. We've selected these stories to give you a view of the opportunities that exist for everybody, and how best to take advantage of them.
 
 

Tips for Better Communication Between Men and Women in the Workplace

Workplaces are always tricky to navigate, even more so because of sensitivities that should be common sense, but aren't always.

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Building Relationships Across Generations

Issues of race, gender, culture, and sexual orientation have dominated the diversity arena for some time. However, the unsung hero of difficulty, communication across generations is often fraught with assumptions, frustrations, and misunderstanding.

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Ten Questions You Should Never be Asked in an Interview

While there are many points to cover in preparation for an interview, no point is more important than knowing which questions are considered illegal and are simply NOT allowed to be asked during your interview.

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When We Help Immigrants, We Help Ourselves

The United States is a nation of immigrants. When we help new immigrants become part of our culture, we can make our country a better place to live for everyone.

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Being Politically Correct at Work

Political correctness does not just mean watching what you say. In its best sense, being politically correct means learning about others and respecting the differences that make each of us unique. In the workplace, there are steps you can take to make sure you are not only following the "PC rules," but are also making your life richer.

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The Paycheck Gender Gap

A woman's work is never done though you might not know it to look at her paycheck.

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Bilingual? You're Valuable!

Spanish has become the country's unofficial second language, and corporate America has responded with diversity initiatives seeking to recruit, understand and attract a Hispanic/Latino workforce.

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Does Your "Name" Keep You From Getting Hired?

A recent study shows that people with "white-sounding" names are 50 percent more likely to get a response to their resume than are those with "black-sounding" names.

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As a Minority Graduate Student, How do I Find a Suitable Advisor or Mentor?

Success in graduate school often depends on a successful mentoring relationship between you and your advisor.

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Outwitting Discrimination: New Job Market Tactics for Women and Minorities

Looking for a job is challenging in a tight job market, but looking for a job when you're female or a minority can be downright intimidating.

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