Recent college graduates admit they enter the workforce with several bad habits when it comes to IT etiquette, according to a recent survey released by the Center for Professional Excellence (CPE) at York College of Pennsylvania. Most common problems include excessive use of social media, using the Internet for nonbusiness purposes, excessive use... Read More
People expect decision-makers to be ethical, responsible, and unbiased—but being unbiased is a lot harder than it sounds, according to Norma Montague, assistant professor of accounting at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C. Discussing five types of bias to look out for, Montague offers suggestions for overcoming it and maintaining... Read More
As we approach Women’s History Month in March, the gender pay gap remains an important issue in today’s workplace. But a recent survey released by the Center for Professional Excellence (CPE) at York College of Pennsylvania suggests young women undergo several other challenges beyond the paycheck as they transition from college to the workforce.... Read More