Noelle Johnson is the CEO of My Interview Buddy, an online platform to help professionals transition into fulfilling careers. Noelle is passionate about workplace diversity, interviewing and is an action movie aficionado. You can read more about My Interview Buddy at myinterviewbuddy.com or connect with Noelle on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/noellecjohnson
With unemployment and job-security-related anxiety on the rise, it's only natural to feel concerned about landing a new job in their current climate. But COVID-19 hasn't impacted all companies equally.
How to stay productive and positive while working remotely
With the outbreak of COVID-19, scores of people are finding themselves working remotely for the first time. Trying to stay productive while at home with so many distractions can be overwhelming, so we asked women tech leaders what they were doing to work from home successfully. Along with getting a great pair of noise canceling headphones (game changer!), they have 10 excellent tips to help you thrive in a work-from-home environment.
It's been 109 years since the first International Women's Day, and since then, the day has become an annual call to action for gender parity. From marches and protests to advocacy and awareness campaigns, the day is an opportunity to celebrate women's achievements and continue the fight for gender equality across the globe.
How 16 Companies Are Honoring Black History Month to Encourage Open Dialogues, Promote Inclusivity, and Support Employees of Color
This month marks 50 years since Black History Month was first celebrated at Kent State University in 1970, six years before President Gerald Ford officially recognized it in 1976. Since its inception in the United States, Black History Month has helped open up dialogue about the contributions of people of African descent to our communities and country.
Tips from PowerToFly's Strategic Global Enterprise D&I executive, Dionna Smith-Keels
If you are someone who works in Diversity and Inclusion or is passionate about seeing more diversity in your company, you may feel overwhelmed about where to start. When it comes to D&I, the best place to start is at the top. If you really want the work you do to have an impact, you need to get leadership at your company to buy-in to diversity efforts.