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Posts by Tara Moore

  1. Show your True Colors: Diversity for the Win.

    The term “diversity” is popping up more and more in in the news and within our organizations. Why? Diversity is great for business—it’s a key driver of innovation, and it’s crucial for companies that want to attract top talent. Diversity and inclusion (D&I) is no longer just “training” that your employer requires you to complete—it’s […]

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  2. Indiana Could Learn Something from the Oakland A’s

    Indiana could learn something from California, or at least from a member of the Oakland Athletics. Diversity has been on the minds of everyone in the country this week. Obviously, we have all heard about the religious-freedom law that Indiana just “secretly” not-so-secretly passed. I am positive that if you did not have an opinion […]

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  3. Social Media

    A Classy Response to a Classless Tweet

    A baseball player from Bloomsburg University tweeted a shocking and unforgivable comment. The tweet was about Mo’ne Davis, the amazing young athlete who became an instant sensation during last year’s Little League World Series. In case you missed it: If you didn’t know, one of our Aloysius Butler & Clark offices is located in Bloomsburg, […]

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  4. Diversity Can Be a Huge Recruitment Differentiator

    Hospitals and healthcare systems that promote rewarding team-oriented work environments surely get their fair share of physician candidates. But those who champion inclusion and diversity in their workplaces often fare even better. That’s because a more diverse group of people can offer varied perspectives on issues from patient care and treatment to harmony in the […]

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  5. Facebook: no longer just for boys and girls

    On February 13, social media giant Facebook took a courageous step forward by improving its gender identity feature. Previously it only offered “male” or “female” as a user’s choices. It now lists over 50 possibilities, along with pronouns the user can choose to let friends know how they would like to be referred to publicly. […]

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  6. Women shouldn’t have rights

      Lack of diversity affects our lives personally and professionally. In this country, equality for everyone — minority, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender — seems like a simple concept. Sadly, I struggle every day to understand why it is not. Challenges such as marriage equality and feeling safe in the workplace (Employment Non-Discrimination Act) are […]

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  7. One logo’s revolutionary social media Impact

    On Tuesday, March 26, social media experienced a huge surge from Facebook page owners across the globe. In reaction to the Supreme Court’s discussion of DOMA (The Defense of Marriage Act) and California’s Proposition 8, which recognizes only opposite-sex marriages, The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) asked its followers to change their Facebook profile pictures to […]

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