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"We’ll tap the brightest minds we can find to help us get there. That’s exactly why we’ve committed that women will comprise 50 percent of our global workforce by 2030."



If you are using vague job descriptions like "online warrior," "customer support hero" or "certified marketing ninja" in your job postings, you might be alienating a good portion of the applicant pool. "You wind up with a combination of a gender skew and an age skew when you use these fanciful terms ... You're going to get mostly young men."



Analysts believe AMD's new Ryzen chips could eat into Intel's longtime dominance of desktop CPUs.



AMD's Computex 2019 keynote speech was a seminal moment for the company.



Why I Think It Is Still So Important For Women To Network With Other Women
 



How walking the dog taught me a valuable life lesson.



The plane was due to land in San Jose, Costa Rica at 11pm on a Sunday night a place I had never been where I did not speak the langu



I recently was invited by the Co-founder of Fairygodboss, Romy Newman to be a guest on her 



In our differences lie our strengths. This adage holds true in any language, but I find it especially relevant in terms of how we think about building a successful workforce in our global culture.



During her closing keynote at WOTC East, adventurer and author Alison Levine told attendees how to help people look past their shortcomings, discover hidden talents, and the lesser-known attributes of a good leader.



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