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Survey: Majority of Workers Use Generative AI — But Company Policies Lag

More than half of American employees are using generative AI tools at least occasionally to accomplish work-related tasks, according to a new survey by The Conference Board that found while a majority of workers are using these tools, few of their employers have mature organizational AI policies. The Conference Board survey of nearly 1,100 U.S. workers, predominantly office workers, found...

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Neurodiversity in the Workplace: Rethinking Investigations Processes

Corporate compliance professionals are no doubt familiar with diversity as it relates to DEI efforts. But support is growing for another type of diversity — neurodiversity. With estimates that say as many as 20% of the world’s population is neurodivergent (that’s more than the share of people who are left-handed), it’s on companies to adjust. Deb Muller of HR Acuity...

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Why Women in Leadership Are Quitting Their Jobs — and Why It Matters

Forget the Great Resignation. The Great Breakup is underway: Senior-level women are increasingly looking elsewhere for better opportunities. And as entrepreneur Monica Eaton explains, that’s to the great detriment of their previous employers. Since 2015, LeanIn.Org and McKinsey have conducted their Women in the Workplace study to gain perspective on gender diversity in the corporate workforce. The most recent installment,...

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S&P Report on Gender Equity in Corporate Leadership a Mixed Bag: Women Are Making Gains, but Parity Could Be a Decade Away

Women could reach parity in senior corporate leadership roles by 2030, according to an S&P Global analysis of companies listed on the Russell 3000 index. But the bulk of those gains will come in the boardroom rather than the C-suite. S&P Global models show women reaching parity in senior leadership roles, meaning 50% representation, between 2030 and 2037, due in...

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How Microlearning Took Flight at Canadian Aircraft Engine Maker Pratt & Whitney

Pratt & Whitney’s American jet engine division hit a patch of turbulence earlier this year, and while the company's Canadian operations aren’t immune to challenges, they’ve recently tackled one that’s decidedly more down-to-earth: compliance training. Ina Junona Nicolae, a training leader at Pratt & Whitney Canada, talks about how the manufacturer used microlearning to bridge the gap between knowing compliance...

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3 Tips to Level-Up Your Networking Game

Science has proven: Traditional networking tends to make people feel dirty, figuratively and literally. CCI columnist and compliance author Mary Shirley offers three cheat codes to unlock effective professional networking. Networking has been a big area of development for me. As a self-described introvert and shy individual, it’s one of the professional skill areas I’ve worked hardest at improving.  But...

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The Next Workplace Wellness Epidemic: Financial Illiteracy?

Corporations and leaders have long embraced workplace wellness and well-being programs focused on mental and physical health as well as stress management. But as entrepreneur Asim Hafeez explains, an overlooked aspect of well-being may be causing a productivity drain — and leaders should take note. Workers' financial wellness may be worse than most managers realize. According to a survey conducted...

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