New research has found that CEO ethics are more important to young job seekers than corporate social responsibility acts.
When CEOs and workplace leaders communicate their personal values and ethics clearly, they inspire individuals to want to work for their organizations.
An attendee interacts with a stall at the Collision tech conference in Toronto on June 28, 2023. Immigration Minister Sean Fraser announced a new tech talent recruitment strategy at the conference.
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Canada’s Tech Talent Strategy aims to draw global tech talent to the country, but faces hurdles like U.S. salary competition and high living costs.
Branford, Wynton and Delfeayo Marsalis perform during a tribute to their father, Ellis Marsalis, in 2019.
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Access to instruments and instruction, along with encouragement at home and at school during childhood and early adulthood, can make gaining musical experience possible.
Zero-sum competitive environments that set up winners and losers may be less appealing to women.
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A focus on raw intellectual talent may unintentionally create a cutthroat workplace culture. New research suggests women’s preference to avoid that environment may contribute to gender gaps in some fields.
Parents can sing their way through the day.
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From livening up household chores to connecting kids with relatives who are far away, music can a play a vital role.
Early starts are key to developing children’s talents, experts say.
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For a child to excel in a particular field, specific conditions are essential. A scholar of educational psychology explains what those conditions are.
Producing brilliant graduates is one thing – developing and nurturing those who want to remain in academia is quite another.
Universities in South Africa have tried to “grow their own timber” in a bid to diversify staff bodies. These programs haven’t been wildly successful. Why, and what can be done differently?
The African continent is embracing technology in varying degrees. Swimmers use a selfie stick to take a picture of themselves in shallow waters of the River Nile outside Khartoum, Sudan.
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Science and technology is seen as a key driver of a nation’s economic fortunes. How is the African continent faring a decade after the first major global survey on countries’ performance?
A study found that sports teams with too many stars are susceptible to hierarchical disputes and deteriorating performance.
On October 28, journalist Matt Taibbi resigned from First Look Media, a fledgling news organization only ten months old. According to an article published on The Intercept: Taibbi and other journalists…
Students that go to schools that avoid gender stereotyping are more likely to accept their talents as part of their identity…