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Like it or not, artificial intelligence now part of hiring process (access required)

“We were inundated with applications for a new position recently and one of our team members suggested that we get into using AI in our hiring, including using a one-way video interview platform that can speed up the process of ...

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11 tips for employers considering a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy (access required)

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for use in the United States under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA), and EUA approval of the Moderna vaccine is expected to occur by the end of this ...

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Top 10 topics that nonprofits should evaluate and address soon (access required)

“What is a legacy?  It’s planting seeds in a garden you never get to see.” — Lin-Manuel Miranda The election is over … or is it?  These past nine months of the campaign season have been a wild roller coaster ...

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Patterson carrying UB to new heights as Orange football reaches new lows

Josh Allen is well on his way to one of the greatest statistical seasons in Buffalo football history. But there’s another player in the City of Good Neighbors who’s racking up even more impressive numbers. Only difference is this guy’s ...

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Relationships matter when confidence falls for business owners (access required)

It’s tough to be optimistic right now for many business owners. This year has brought about changes and pressures from the pandemic that are taking a major toll on women-owned businesses, according to the latest Key4Women Confidence Survey. Compared to ...

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New York needs TCI to tackle the triple threat to our economy (access required)

New York is home to some of the most ambitious clean energy and climate goals in the nation. Our state aims to generate 100% carbon-free electricity by 2040 and get to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions economy-wide by 2050. At the ...

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Finding COVID-19’s silver lining: Accelerating to an improved future (access required)

One gift everyone will welcome this holiday season is finding a silver lining in the abyss of bleak COVID-19 news. Believe it or not, there are a few. COVID has inspired unprecedented innovation and accelerated advancement across all aspects of ...

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Talent in our midst: Retaining world-class grads to drive economy (access required)

Like so many aspects of life, COVID-19 has changed the format of higher education in Greater Rochester and across the nation. For the near term, at least. St. John Fisher College shifted to a completely remote format last month. The ...

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Building a culture of accessibility into your product (access required)

When it comes to digital products such as websites or apps, I’d imagine most of us can recall some type of frustrating interaction while using them. For the 61 million American adults with disabilities, and over 1 billion worldwide, the ...

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Five tips to navigating open enrollment amid the pandemic (access required)

This year’s open enrollment period is proving to be more important than ever before. With the COVID-19 pandemic increasing health concerns for many across the country, employees are now taking a closer look at their employer’s benefit offerings and finding ...

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Let’s amplify everyone’s voice (access required)

As leaders, we’ve been talking, thinking and learning about diversity, inclusion and equity in our nation, communities and workplaces. Many of us are participating in the United Way of Greater Rochester’s 21-Day Racial Equity Challenge. And I’m heartened by the ...

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