Open, candid conversations about race, diversity and inclusion in our society and workplace must continue in order to support the fight for equality. At Bloomberg, these exchanges are consistently fostered and sponsored, in various forms and forums. Continue reading Being Latinx: Identity, Community, Allyship
Nearly 5,000 years after he was bestowed with the powers of the gods—and imprisoned just as quickly — Black Adam is freed, ready to unleash his unique justice on the world. Continue reading BLACK ADAM
The National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) Equity Honors awards are presented to corporate chief officers who have been recognized by their peers as the true leaders at the vanguard of economic equity and minority business integration. Continue reading The NMSDC Equity Honors 2023–Applications Now Open
Hispanic Americans are launching more new businesses, achieving higher levels of education, and reaching the C-suite of Fortune 500 companies in greater numbers than ever. Continue reading Recognizing — and Celebrating — the Impact of the Hispanic Community
The LGBTQ community is diverse and broad, bringing unique value to the workforce through its fabric of differentiated experiences. This often includes heightened levels of empathy and grit as well as a deeper understanding of social dynamics and cohesion building. However, Bain’s recent study found that more than 70 percent of LGBTQ employees do not feel fully included at work. This puts employers at risk of missing out on the full value of these diverse skills and perspectives. Continue reading Creating Truly Inclusive Workplaces for The LGBTQ Community
A recent report from Third Way, a Washington-based think tank, has shown that while many famous ‘best’ lists continue to rank ‘top’ colleges and universities based on their prestige and exclusivity, schools that prioritize inclusivity are achieving more desirable graduation outcomes. According to the report, “Out with the Old, In with the New: Rating Higher Ed by Economic Mobility,” Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs), or schools whose student populations are at least a quarter Hispanic, have had the greatest success at providing their students with economic mobility. Continue reading Hispanic-Serving Universities Outrank Others for Return on Investment By Tawanah Reeves-Ligon
Employers often ask job applicants for references. A reference is someone who can vouch for you, whether it’s confirming your professional experience or speaking about the personal attributes that make you a strong job candidate. Continue reading Lining Up Your References
A cover letter is a one-page document that supplements your resume. Though they may not be required for every job you apply to, including a short letter to accompany your resume is an excellent way to help you stand out in the application process. Your application materials should look like they belong together visually. Continue reading Cover Letter 101
The United States is currently experiencing a massive demographic shift, led in large part by the nation’s Latinx population. This group is Continue reading The Latinx Community’s Growing Influence
Sal Perez got his start in “Sesame Street” as a production coordinator in 2006, while he was still a senior in college.
Sixteen years later, Perez, 38, is making history as the beloved children’s show’s first Latino executive producer, ushering in a new season — the show’s 53rd — on Thursday.