She's Managing Four Kids and Working From Home — Here Are Her Favorite Tips & Tricks
Emily Hunter, a Senior Advisor in Talent Acquisition at Dell Technologies, based in Nashville, TN has been juggling a lot. Between a full-time job and four kids, it's safe to say she's got her hands full! Watch the video for to hear what's helped her stay sane while working from home.
Here's what they're doing, in their own words:
Empowering authenticity - LogMeIn
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Educating on current events — Raytheon Technologies
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Encouraging awareness, growth, and learning — Moody's
- Weekly newsletters featuring AAPI employee profiles and cultural resources
- Video screening and small-group discussions supporting #StopAsianHate
- Cultural panel discussion featuring employee stories
- Professional development activities
- External speakers speaking about Asian leadership"
Supporting professional development — Freddie Mac
"Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month at Freddie Mac – Together, We Are Stronger
- Personal development session on empowerment led by a coach from our Employee Assistance Program.
- "Stop Asian Hate" lunch and learn geared toward discussing the hurdles facing the AAPI community.
Fostering inclusion, learning, and belonging – Nestlé USA
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Promoting cultural literacy – Relativity
The Community Resource Group at Relativity
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Creating transformative experiences – Facebook
- Bystander Training/self Defense Workshop"
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Extensive and exciting programming — 2U
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Amplifying voices and educating others – Smartsheet
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Rising together in sports and culture – NBA
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Creating courageous conversations – Commvault
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Honoring history through virtual events – Collins Aerospace
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Highlighting new perspectives – MongoDB
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Spotlighting diverse communities – Bumble
- BuzzWord DEI Discussion Series with featured guest speakers: This conversation will focus on the Asian community within the context of larger cultural issues such as dating app experiences, fetishization, masculinity, and representation.
Engaging in daring conversations – Procore
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Taking action to foster change – SeatGeek
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Uplifting and inspiring the community – Okta
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Empowering cultural diversity and leadership – Quip
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Focusing on lived experiences – Mindbody
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Promoting harmony and unity – T. Rowe Price
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Celebrating Asians globally
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