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Corporate America is overlooking a neglected talent pool—former felons

Shaka Senghor, ex-convict and author of 'Writing My Wrongs: Life, Death, and Redemption', found himself selling crack at the age of 14. After turning his life around in prison, he discovered his talent as a writer and businessman. Senghor discusses how his past filled with crime helped prepare him for the business world. He believes big companies today can enhance their businesses while helping the lives of those who have served jail time.
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Asian business leaders on how we can all combat AAPI hate

In 2020, COVID-19 ignited a rise in Asian hate crimes. There were nearly 3,800 incidents reported over the course of a year. According to the Stop AAPI Hate Reporting Center, from March 2020 to December 2020, 8% of Asian-hate incidents involved workplace discrimination or refusal of service. Emily Chang, CEO of China at McCann Worldgroup, and Peter Pham, cofounder & partner at Science Inc, share what we can do to make the workplace better for the AAPI community.

Asian business leaders on how we can all combat AAPI hate
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How Intuit is reinventing HR to make tech and finance more equitable for all

Historically, diversity in the tech and finance industries has not equated to racial equity. Intuit—the maker of TurboTax, QuickBooks, and Mint—is rethinking its hiring processes and developing a culture that encourages inclusion at every level of the organization. In fact, Intuit has made a pledge to advance diversity around the world. Host Chris Denson spoke with CEO Sasan Goodarzi and Director of Racial Equity, La Toya Haynes, about HR processes and practices of the future.

How Intuit is reinventing HR to make tech and finance more equitable for all
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