Monthly Archives: June 2014

HELP WANTED: Seeking Leaders with the 3C’s

By Leah Smiley   The Associated Press reported that the Board of Directors at American Apparel voted to oust its Founder and CEO, Dov Charney, regarding an investigation into misconduct. What is interesting is that we discuss Dov Charney in the Institute for Diversity Certification’s credentialing program, specifically pertaining to […]

Broadening the Diversity and Inclusion Landscape by Danniella Banks

With companies, such as Google, in the news for its problems with diversity, many are now more aware of the issues that are present in today’s workforce. While there are organizations that are struggling, others are taking great strides to make its employee base more diverse and inclusive. Yet despite […]