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Workplace change

I am one of the lucky ones. The commute to my office is less than a minute, usually in slippers.
Thirty-two NEW partner companies have been named America’s Best Employers in 2017 by Forbes.
Forty-seven NEW partner companies have been named Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality in 2017 by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
Meaningful mentoring, opportunities to grow, flexibility and work/life integration: millennials — like women — want more from today's workplace.
“Why do some companies seem to understand the importance of gender equality, while other companies — like mine — are light years behind?” 
Millennials are no longer the “new generation” — they are the “now generation” — and they are reshaping the way leaders must lead, senior executives from Accenture, Acosta, AT&T Business Solutions and Mars Chocolate told 300 of their peers at the NEW Executive Leaders Forum.
People keep talking about being a 'creative disruptor.' How do I actually become a disruptor in my work life, day to day?"
Business leaders view inclusiveness and diversity as essential for attracting and retaining top talent and boosting profits, according to a new study from the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Women leaders are designing a new corporate culture that fosters innovation for a time of rapid change, according to a report on how women lead change by The Everest Project.
For the second year, the Network of Executive Women has published a special edition magazine, NEW Leader, that examines the business case for diversity and inclusion in the retail and consumer goods industry.