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November 23, 2017

Transforming the Workplace: Five Ways to Support Women in Leadership

We know the facts: Having women in leadership roles is good for business. In fact, the widely-cited 2016 study by the Peterson Institute for International Economics and EY found that in examining profitable firms in their sample, going from having no women in corporate leadership (the CEO, the board, and other C-suite positions) to a 30% female share […]

August 17, 2017

Giving Employee References: Is honesty – or silence – the best policy?

Many employers have a “no reference” policy, refusing to confirm anything but the bare minimum regarding a former employee’s employment – dates of employment and title. This practice stems largely from the idea that if you can’t say anything nice, it’s best to say nothing, or at least very little, for fear of being accused […]

August 29, 2016Kristina Cleary, Reshma Saujani, Lisa Sterling

Lessons from the Sisterhood: #CeridianINSIGHTS Features Women’s Network Summit

I am fortunate to work at a company that prioritizes equality and diversity in the workplace. We offer a number of programs that empower employees to embrace their uniqueness, but the one closest to my heart is the Ceridian Women’s Network (CWN). I love CWN because it provides us the opportunity to network and discuss […]

August 29, 2016Aron Ralston

Turning Boulders into Blessings. Aron Ralston Inspires at #CeridianINSIGHTS

Life is full of boulders. It is packed with obstacles and situations that challenge, frustrate and even scare us. But endurance through life’s adversities helps us realize our inner potential and appreciate what’s most important.

August 4, 2016

Having a ‘meh’ day in the workplace? Turn on your positivity!

By Kelly Allder, VP of HR Programs, Ceridian Some days, work can be awesome: you get to do something you’re really good at, and help people achieve their goals.  It’s a tremendous feeling when you show off your expertise and make a difference.

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