Company scores 100 percent for the 12th Year on Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 15th Annual Scorecard Continue reading Walgreens Earns Best Place to Work for LGBT Equality Recognition in 2017 Corporate Equality Index
Shondaland has been growing ever since Shonda Rhimes launched the production company in 2005. Since then, the name has become synonymous with popular ABC dramas like Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal — and, now, it has its very own website featuring advice, interviews, essays, and more. Continue reading Shonda Rhimes expands Shondaland empire with new website
In the ever-changing and highly competitive fitness industry, there are few brands that stand the test of time. September marks the 25th birthday of Curves International Inc., one of the largest chains of fitness clubs for women in the world with more than 4,000 locations in over 70 countries.
Continue reading Curves kicked off their 25th birthday celebrations and will gift 25 female veterans $25,000 each toward owning their own Curves club
By Dina Horwedel
When WalletHub announced its rankings of the best community colleges across the nation, many Americans may have been unfamiliar with its first-place choice, Leech Lake Tribal College (LLTC). Tucked away in northern Minnesota on the Leech Lake Ojibwe Indian reservation, LLTC’s recent ranking is part of a long history of success. The college was also voted as seventh in a list of the nation’s 50 best community colleges in 2010 by Washington Monthly. Continue reading Leech Lake Tribal College Named Best Community College in America
Most entrepreneurs in America would agree that working your way to success is challenging. It’s common for businesses to open and close, with half of them not making it to the five-year mark.
Springfield, Mass.—Middle-income Latinos in the workforce say they feel less financially secure and worry more about money than other Americans, posing higher hurdles to planning for retirement and building wealth, according to new research commissioned by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual).
Continue reading MassMutual study finds Latinos feel less secure and worry more about money than other Americans
Today, TIME magazine released its list of ‘Firsts’, which highlights 46 women who broke the glass ceiling in politics, athletics, medicine, business, the entertainment industry and more. Might we add, the list features a whole lot of Black girl magic. From media mogul Oprah Winfrey, to pioneering astronaut Mae Jemison, to visionary filmmaker Ava DuVernay, to tennis great Serena Williams. Continue reading Here Are the Trailblazing Black Women on TIME’S Lists of ‘Firsts’
Starbucks has tapped Rosalind Brewer, the former president and CEO of Sam’s Club, to take on the role of chief operating officer and group president, effective Oct. 2. Continue reading Starbucks names former Sam’s Club CEO Rosalind Brewer as president and chief operating officer
When Sherri Winslow’s Husband Tragically Died in a Plane Crash in 2012, Her Local Support Team at Minuteman Press International Made Sure She Was Not Alone in Running Her Business
Continue reading Minuteman Press Franchise Owner Sherri Winslow Celebrates 15 Years in Business in Palm Desert, California
How do your colleagues stay focused at work? Seems like they can get a lot more done in a day than you can. Why, you wonder?
Sometimes, without you noticing, you have a lot of time-wasting habits that takes your focus off work. You may unknowingly tend to stray and end up doing less. So, how do you keep your focus at work?
Continue reading How to Stay Focused at Work—7 Efficient Tips to Get You on Track