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Are There “Men’s” Jobs and “Women’s Jobs”?

The US Department of Labor recently criticized Google suggesting that the tech giant was routinely underpaying its female employees.  Eileen Naughton, Google’s VP of people operations, refuted this claim, pointing out that Google conducts an annual gender blind pay equality analysis which reveals any pay discrepancies, and if any exist among any demographic group, their […]

How Google Plans To Conquer Its Unconscious Biases

Google’s diversity numbers in 2014 were less than impressive.  Overall 70% of the company was male and 61% was white.  Asians made up 30% with African-Americans pulling up the rear in a tiny 2% caboose.  To increase the thin number of minorities, Google is having an estimated 60,000 of its employees undergo training to combat […]

Not Good at Hiring? Don’t Feel Bad! Neither was Google.

Google’s name lately has become so synonymous with success (if success is measured by how much money you make) that when they speak, people shut up and listen.  Recently Google’s VP of People Operations discussed a few of their past hiring failures.  As a proponent of video interviewing, part of his conversation really intrigued me. […]