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How businesses can better prepare for climate change

Along with the obvious human case for looking out for employees, climate change poses a serious threat to productivity and retention.
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Some states are considering raising teachers' salaries. Is it enough to keep them on the job?

Feb 1, 2022
Approximately 30% of teachers leave within their first five years in the classroom.
Alabama's governor is proposing a 4% pay raise for school teachers. Other states may follow suit.
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For companies trying to diversify their workforces, good data might be key

Apr 19, 2021
Data alone will not fix a company's diversity problem, though.
A growing number of businesses are looking into their own implicit biases like these, which experts say is a great step.
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Diversity recruitment is booming, but retention remains a "huge issue"

Jul 17, 2020
For companies, hiring people of color is just the first step.
Employers need to support and advance people of color as well as hire them, says Arthur Woods of Mathison.
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Mount St. Mary's president resigns in the wake of "bunnies" comment

Feb 29, 2016
The university was roiled by a gaffe that compared struggling students to "bunnies" that needed to be drowned.
Students at Mount St. Mary's University in Emmitsburg, Md., where about a quarter of students don't make it to sophomore year. From left: Patrick Collins, Aimee Solano, Molly McShalley, Stephen Witkowski and Vrunda Patel.
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