The race is on to get the second group of recipients into the shot seat.
With two FDA-approved coronavirus vaccines circulating in the United States, both well into the first phase of distribution, the race is on to get the second group of recipients into the shot seat.Read Full Story
While it was already underway prior to the pandemic, the worldwide shift to digital payments has been accelerated by the crisis. This new cashless concept and the related back-end changes by banks to adopt real-time payments are becoming increasingly popular; and have set into motion the potential for a ripple effect throughout the e-commerce ecosystem.
Our third annual list includes new categories, including Innovation Leader of the Year.
Fast Company’s third annual Best Workplaces for Innovators list promises to be more comprehensive than ever, offering a number of new categories. Here are six reasons why you should apply.Read Full Story
On the heels of its partnership with The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Spotify adds the ‘When They See Us’ director to its podcast playlist.
Spotify continues to expand its roster of A-list podcast partners through a multi-year deal with filmmaker Ava DuVernay.Read Full Story
In the retail sector, an astonishing 93% of workers said they took on new responsibilities, according to a new survey from Airtable.
The coronavirus pandemic led to some massive shifts in the workplace in 2020–with 2021 looking to be a continuation of that for at least the first half of the year. Work from home is the new normal for many people. However, an interesting new report out from Airtable examined how various workplace changes impacted one sector specifically in 2020: retail.Read Full Story
Too often managers praise women with general, lukewarm language, while men receive compliments lauding their specific talents and skills.
When you’re praising your employees, be sure to praise men and women equitably. A team at Stanford University has been poring over performance reviews from real employees, and the news isn’t good, at least not for women.Read Full Story
Branding expert JinJa Birkenbeuel, who has done design work for Google, Tesla, and Facebook, shares her rules of success. Chief among them: Raise up women.
JinJa Birkenbeuel is CEO of the branding agency Birk Creative, founder of The Honest Field Guide podcast, a songwriter in the band Utah Carol, and a business coach for underrepresented businesses, especially women-owned businesses. She spoke to Doreen Lorenzo for Designing Women, a series of interviews with brilliant women in the design industry.Read Full Story
While tech leaders publicly committed to diversity in 2020, their top-down approach is stunting true progress.
While tech companies have pledged to do better with diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), many of these commitments have yet to translate to tangible change—and in some cases, we seem to be moving backwards.Read Full Story
The founder of a global STEM mentoring nonprofit says authenticity and transparency are key. Share your own stumbles—and how you overcame them.
While I was in high school, I was an ambitious student with a serious vision for my future. The daughter of Vietnamese refugees, I was quickly learning that my parents would not be able to guide me to where I needed to go, whether educationally or financially, to achieve my goals. As my friends’ parents cheered them on at extracurriculars that would help them get into college, I often could not get a ride to mine. I spent my summers working 12-hour shifts at KFC (with a night shift at Hollywood Video) to save for a car to get me where I needed to go, and tuition when the time came. Simply because of the family I was born into, my pathway was littered with roadblocks as I battled between what I needed to achieve my dreams, and what my parents believed to be true–or in many cases, didn’t understand.Read Full Story
The decision is not exactly a surprise. Here’s what to know.
This week the the College Board dropped big news: The SAT Subject Tests are gone. Forever! Starting immediately! Also gone is the optional SAT essay, which will disappear this June. Sayonara!Read Full Story