Tag: diversity and inclusion

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Catalyte at ASU GSV Summit

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Nancy Chan to present Catalyte's economic impact on its employees.

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What the college admissions scandal has to do with the tech industry

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Make sure your developers are the best, not the best connected.

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Catalyte featured in Axios article on tech apprenticeships

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How to get people whose jobs are likely to be automated into new, future-proof work that requires vastly different skills.

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SXSW recap – AI and the Democratization of Work

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How to use AI and data science not to displace workers, but create a more inclusive and productive workforce.

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#BalanceforBetter: Fix broken hiring practices

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5 ways to advance diversity and inclusion beyond public relations, advertising and corporate reputation

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How can we create a more inclusive tech industry?

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We asked people for their ideas at TechFestNW. Here's what they proposed.

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Jake’s Take: SXSW recap – Blockchain, AI and inclusion

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Here are some reflections on this years hottest SXSW topics.

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Want a more profitable company? Hire a two-dimensional diverse workforce.

Blog, SXSW

Primary and secondary diversity are tied directly to an increased bottom line.

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Reliable plumbing and transportation are as important to tech careers as coding

Blog, SXSW

Since 2002, America has lost 28 million low tech jobs. These are workers who can benefit from retraining and many of whom will have the

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Vets have the technical talent, all they need is the opportunity

Blog, SXSW

The technology side of a job can be taught. It's the passion and drive that are most important. These are what vets bring to tech

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