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November is Native American Heritage Month and as we all know, this week features Thanksgiving. In addition to being grateful for good food and family, we should take some time to think about our country's origins and also show our gratitude for Native Americans. Native American Heritage Day is tomorrow, and we wanted to share 5 ways you can honor Indigenous People at work all year round: 1. Use land acknowledgement statements. 2. Read books written about and by Native Americans. 3. Work with Native-owned supplies and vendors. 4. Donate to groups working for Indigenous rights. 5. Make Indigenous Peoples’ Day and Native American Heritage Day a company holiday.
Automattic

27 Companies with Impressive Mentorship Opportunities

January is National Mentorship Month— the perfect time to focus on growing and building important relationships with mentors that will positively affect your professional career.

Research shows that mentorship greatly improves career outcomes by providing professional guidance, skill development, and support through major work and life transitions.

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Videos

Competency-Based Interview: How To Prepare? Recruiter Tips

💎 Get ready for a competency-based interview with these valuable insights from a Netskope recruiter!

📼 Have you ever heard of a competency-based interview? It’s also known as a structured, behavioral, or situational interview, and it’s designed to test one or more skills or competencies. Watch this video, where you’ll meet Nicole Wilczynski, a member of the Talent Acquisition team at Netskope. She’ll review Netskope’s application process and give you some insights on how to best prepare for this type of interview.

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Elastic

How Elastic’s Karen Penn is Building and Evolving a Truly Global DEI Strategy

Karen Penn credits her career evolution with her lack of patience.

The former government lawyer found herself appreciative of the chance to shape DEI policy at a Department of Defense component agency. But it was slow going.

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