• Diversity and Inclusion
  • 8 Diversity Recruiting Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

    Employers are re-evaluating workplace diversity at their organizations, starting with being more thoughtful about recruiting from a broader range of talent. “An effective diversity recruitment program involves taking a close look at every step of the recruitment process, from sourcing and recruitment marketing, to screening and interview practices, to how you present an offer,” said Read More »

  • Pivotal Moves

    American Express named President of Strategic Partnerships Glenda McNeal to its Executive Committee this week, making the veteran executive the first Black woman to sit on the Committee. “Having Glenda’s expertise and experience on the Executive Committee will be a huge asset for us,” American Express Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Stephen J. Squeri said Read More »

  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • L’Oreal Re-Hires Black Model They Once Fired After She Spoke Up About Racism

    Munroe Bergdorf, a former model for L’Oreal who was fired in 2017 for speaking up about systemic racism, has been re-hired. This time, however, the world’s largest cosmetics company has brought her on board to advise them regarding their diversity and inclusion policies. Berdgorf, who used to be featured in L’Oreal’s UK advertising campaigns, was Read More »

  • Pivotal Moves
  • Hyundai Motor North America Appoints Erwin Raphael Chief Cost Optimization Officer

    Hyundai Motor North America has selected Genesis and Hyundai veteran Erwin Raphael to lead a new cross-affiliate group as the Chief Cost Optimization Officer for Hyundai Motor North America. The new group, the North American Cost Optimization Committee, was created as a part of Hyundai’s efforts to streamline and better integrate all of Hyundai’s operations Read More »

  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Google Diversity Report Shows Little Progress For Women And People Of Color

    Google released its seventh consecutive diversity report on Thursday, revealing modest gains in representation for women and people of color, and a disproportionately white, Asian and male workforce. The percentage of black hires in the U.S. grew from 4.8% in 2018 to 5.5% in 2019, a .7% increase. The percentage of black hires in technical Read More »

  • Pivotal Moves
  • The Executive Leadership Council Names Crystal E. Ashby as Interim President and CEO

    The Executive Leadership Council (ELC) today announced that its board of directors selected Crystal E. Ashby to serve as The ELC’s interim president and chief executive officer. Ashby succeeds Skip Spriggs who served as president and chief executive officer since March 2018 and retired at the end of 2019. She is the first woman president Read More »

  • From The Magazine
  • Pivotal Woman – Tonya Cornileus – Vice-President, Development, Inclusion and Wellness – ESPN

    Tonya Cornileus is the vice president, development, inclusion and wellness at ESPN where she serves as an integral member of the Human Resources senior leadership team and regularly acts as an advisor to other senior management at ESPN. Dr. Cornileus is responsible for learning and organization development, talent management, diversity & inclusion, and wellness. Dr. Read More »

  • From The Magazine
  • I’m Glad I’m The Boss, Cause Y’all Crazy! – By Ray Abram

    We all know that the key to a highly functional company is a well-qualified staff. However, there are other factors to consider besides qualifications alone. There are reasons why the best performer in a department may not make the best manager. People skills are quite different than functional skills, we all know that intuitively, yet Read More »

  • From The Editor
  • What Your Resume Should Look Like in 2018 – By Glenda Swain – Editor-In-Chief, PIVOT Magazine

    Resume trends change quickly. From head shots to QR codes to company logos, it’s hard to tell which extras will get your application noticed, and which will get you tossed out of the running. Some things never go out style, though: When it comes to packaging your work experience, crisp writing and brevity still reign Read More »

  • From The Magazine
  • The Right to Bare Arms! – Stella J. Ringer

    The rights of women to bare their arms in the workplace should not be infringed upon! It’s the age-old question, is it appropriate for women to wear sleeveless dresses and/or blouses in a professional work setting? Many traditional, more conservative companies are taking lessons from start-ups in becoming more casual with their dress codes. To Read More »