Hiring Discrimination Against Black Americans Hasn’t Declined in 25 Years

August 30, 2018By DPC EditorCultural Diversity, Resources By Topic

By Lincoln Quillian, originally posted at the Harvard Business Review. Race is often at the forefront of American conversation. It has lately emerged with new urgency around discussions of policing, immigration, First Amendment rights, and even professional football. And yet even as we are confronted with dramatic examples of ongoing racial tensions, most white Americans remain convinced … Read More

Study On Hispanic Professionals Reveals Low Productivity And Engagement In The Workplace

July 27, 2018By DPC EditorCultural Diversity, Resources By Topic

By Glenn Llopis, originally posted on Forbes. At a time when Hispanics are projected to represent 74% of labor force growth by 2020 according to Selig Center for Economic Growth – especially as Americans get older and retire – a new study by Center for Hispanic Leadership (CHL) Academyreveals some potentially devastating news for the future of U.S. … Read More

When You Are #2 You Need to Try Harder

July 5, 2018By DPC EditorAdults, Resources By Age

Originally posted on Kingdom Entrepreneur. Had an interesting encounter at Tigo, the second largest cell phone company in Rwanda, today. In the cell phone business in Rwanda, Tigo is to MTN as Avis was to Hertz in the U.S.—a distant #2. Tigo is the up and comer—energetic, edgy, ambitious, but also chaotic. Click here to continue … Read More

Becoming the Best Place to Work

July 2, 2018By DPC EditorResources By Industry

By: Sherry El-Gawly, originally posted at the Center for Faith & Work. Unemployment levels in the U.S. as of July 2013 are 7.4%, vs. a pre-crisis level of 4.7% at the same time in July 2007 (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics). Employee engagement and satisfaction with organizational workplaces has fallen to modern day lows, with employees … Read More

A Biblical Perspective on Risk

June 22, 2018By DPC EditorChurch Issues, Resources for Churches

Originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. We can’t talk about external risk without talking about our internal perspectives on fear and control. Tim Keller discusses a Biblical view of these two concepts and how that informs the way we approach risk. Click here to continue reading.