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Over the long run, the younger generation always grows up to become part of the status quo. And every once in a while, the status quo needs a catalyst.
Investing time, money, and resources towards social justice is not just the right thing to do – it's an opportunity to engage your workforce too.
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Bill Jensen of the Jensen Group presents three key findings about the future of work that will likely stir some emotion in you.
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