There are different reasons job candidates might struggle to land interviews. Sometimes, it boils down to missing skills. But in other cases, your lack of interview requests could be Continue reading This Factor Makes You 45% Less Likely to Land a Job Interview
Former President Barack Obama released his annual summer reading list and the late Toni Morrison featured prominently in his recommendations. Continue reading These Toni Morrison Books Topped Barack Obama’s Summer Reading List
By Rousseau Kazi
When I first moved into team management from product management, I quickly learned that managing people is very different than managing a product.
As it turns out, people are complicated. Continue reading These are the 4 surprising lessons I learned when I started managing people for the first time
When it comes to deciding on the type of franchise business you want to own, consider several factors—the business location, how many people you’ll employ, and more. Continue reading Interested in Owning a Food Franchise?
Simone Biles won her sixth all-around title at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships on Sunday, plus did a historic clean triple-double in floor exercise. Continue reading Biles caps 6th U.S. title with historic triple-double
Two high-school students led their all-Black debate team to their second consecutive championship at Harvard’s international debate tournament. The two boys also Continue reading Atlanta HS Students Make History At Harvard’s International Debate Tournament By Securing Second Championship
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) rolled out two policy plans Friday morning aimed at closing the wealth gap for black Americans. Harris said in a press release that if elected president, she will Continue reading Kamala Harris Proposes Plan To Invest $60 Billion In Historically Black Colleges
ABC’s “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” reality shows continue to be ratings gold for the broadcast network. But critics say they don’t succeed when it comes to diversity. Continue reading Finally a black ‘Bachelor’? ABC’s president weighs in
Toni Morrison, the Nobel laureate in literature whose best-selling work explored black identity in America — and in particular the often crushing experience of black women — through luminous, incantatory prose resembling that of no other writer in English, died on Monday in the Bronx. Continue reading Toni Morrison, Towering Novelist of the Black Experience, Dies at 88
“Wall Street was an amazing ride,” reflects former Goldman Sachs VP, Elton Andrews. Along with his 25-year run at Goldman Sachs, Andrews spent an impressive 32 years total in the financial sector. Continue reading From Wall Street to Your Street; Former Goldman Sachs VP Becomes Franchisee with # 1 Home Inspection Company
Most applicants don’t know that businesses are looking to fill positions with individuals who are leaders—people who aren’t afraid to take charge, organize, and grow with the company. Continue reading Make Your Resume Stand Out with This One Skill
You don’t have to be a parent to know that parenting is a full-time job with barely any breaks in between; and ensuring your child is well attended to is an around the clock task, even when they aren’t in your presence. Continue reading Introducing the First Ever Black Woman-Owned Rideshare Service for Kids