Commission can be a confusing topic for anyone, whether you’re great with money or not. Maybe you’re considering a job with a commission structure or are currently in a field where commission is a big chunk of your compensation. Continue reading Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About How Commission Works—Because Money Matters
Amelia Island, FL—Now that graduation is finally here, you may be dreaming of finding a job that encompasses everything you want in a career: adventure, travel, challenge, growth, risk, and reward. The problem is, most jobs come up short in these areas. But if you’re determined to do meaningful work that’s full of excitement, the Foreign Service may be the right place for you.
Continue reading Why Graduates Who Want a Career Full of Travel and Adventure Should Consider the U.S. Department of State Foreign Service
Here’s advice on overcoming the mental roadblocks employment gaps create before they sabotage your job search, from those who’ve been there.
By Francisca Brown
Diversity and inclusion have become buzzwords in today’s corporate world. But diversity and inclusion must be more than a paragraph in a brochure, a few sentences on a website, or an occasional reference in the employee newsletter. Continue reading What Does a Diverse Company Look Like?
Cheslie Kryst contributed to pageant history when she was crowned Miss USA on Thursday: For the first time, Miss USA, Miss Teen USA and Miss America are all black women. Continue reading Miss USA, Miss Teen USA, Miss America Are All Black Women For First Time In Pageant History
Regina King has just inked a first-look deal with Netflix to produce films and television series, prompting much excitement on social media. Continue reading Regina King Inks First-Look, Multi-Year Deal With Netflix And Fans Love It
The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA), is announcing grant awards of nearly $2 million to four Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Continue reading $2 Million Awarded to Historically Black Colleges and Universities
By Greg Stuart
From time to time, you will be forced to work in a team setting. Not only do you have to function in your team setting, you also have to be able to effectively collaborate with other teams in the workplace. Continue reading Why is Being a Team Player Important?
Priya Swaminathan and Tonia Davis, co-heads of Higher Ground Productions, President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama’s production company in partnership with Netflix, today announced the company’s initial slate of upcoming projects. Continue reading Production Company Founded By the Obamas Announce Upcoming Projects In Partnership With Netflix
Not only is the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) the largest certifier of women-owned businesses in the United States, but it is also Continue reading What You Need to Know About WBENC Certification
The racial health disparity surrounding diabetes is on the rise. According to a study conducted by the National Institutes of Health, in the U.S. Black adults are almost twice as likely to develop type 2 diabetes in comparison to white adults. Continue reading Viola Davis Spreads Awareness About Diabetes Through New Documentary
During orientation at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s Scheller College of Business, first-year MBA student Jasmine Howard received a lesson on the neurochemistry of unconscious bias, which explored “how the brain takes shortcuts and makes stereotyping decisions,” she explains. Continue reading How MBA Programs are diversifying