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CAI | June 27, 2022
CAI, a global technology services firm, announced that Brookfield Properties, a real estate services and development company, will increase neurodiversity hiring with CAI Neurodiverse Solutions, an end-to-end neurodiversity employment program, within their retail sector. Brookfield Properties will launch a new employment effort with three neurodivergent individuals as well as a team leader to support and oversee the program.
Unemployment rates for neurodivergent adults ranges from...
HR Dive | February 04, 2020
When it comes to measuring the effectiveness of employee learning and development programs, organizations say they want data-driven evidence of how they affects the bottom line. In examining its offerings, Axonify found that, on average, 29% of client business outcomes could be attributed back to training programs it delivered, according to the company’s report released in January 2020. Training was shown to have a 33% impact on sales and revenue, one of the most frequent key performance i...
Walmart | August 09, 2020
In 2001, a Walmart greeter named Betty Dukes brought a class lawsuit against her employer, on behalf of 1.5 million of her fellow employees. Dukes had started at Walmart in 1994, making $5.50 an hour. Later, armed with a college degree and ordained as a Baptist minister, she accused her employer of discriminating against female workers, and took the case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Ultimately, she lost the case in a 5-to-4 decision, although as The New York Times put it, her decade-lo...
PR Newswire | April 07, 2020
A new research brief documents the extent of the shift away from stand-alone defined benefit (DB) pension plans for a sample of 180 major local governments to see how it compares to the changes at the state level. In 2018, 19 percent of large localities had a defined contribution (DC), cash balance, or hybrid plan for new hires, instead of a stand-alone DB pension, up from 11 percent in 2001. These finding are contained in a new research brief, Have Localities Shifted Away from Traditional Defin...
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