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Child Care; Cultural Contributions; Anti-Discrimination; Super Soaker; Gender Pay Gap
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Issue #38 // August 23, 2016

On-site child care can pay for itself, and serve to attract and retain highly loyal employees. From the progressive CEO of clothing line Patagonia.

Focusing on “cultural fit” can sometimes ignore what candidates can contribute to the culture.

American states with strong anti-discrimination laws are more innovative, attracting better educated and more open-minded employees.

The inventor of the Super Soaker, Lonnie Johnson, talks about what it was like to grow up in the American South in the 1960s. He overcame the odds to become first a successful engineer, and then a wildly successful inventor.

A deep analysis into the gender wage gap shows the worrying trend that women aren’t catching up to the pay of men at the rate they used to.

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