By Kim Perez
Tiffany King always felt it was her mission to make sure people are treated equitably and are empowered, especially in their work environment.
Throughout the recruitment process, I am always asked two questions by candidates: to define ‘what makes someone successful in the organization’ and how as a retailer we ‘adapt to a rapidly changing market’.
Data is informing business decisions more than ever. From gathering product information to generating new research insights or making more informed decisions, companies are using data to serve consumers in a whole new way. To stay relevant and adapt to consumers’ changing needs it’s imperative that businesses responsibly and effectively collect, analyse and utilise data through a robust data platform.
As a licensed clinical social worker, I never envisioned that my career path would lead me to work in veterinary medicine; however, in hindsight it makes perfect sense, as my interactions with veterinarians goes as far back as I can remember.
By Joanna Gale
Mark and Elizabeth. No, not two characters from the long-running TV show ER (although they were – and I was a big fan) but two imaginary veterinarians, brought to life by the British Veterinary Association for their research into gender discrimination in the veterinary profession. Now, you might be wondering why this research was carried out. Given that the veterinary profession is dominated by women – 80% of veterinary students and 60% of practicing vets in the UK are female with similar proportions in the US – isn’t discrimination against them a thing of the past? Sadly not, as the study results showed.