Skills Asian Americans Need to Succeed in the Workplace

by Nancy Xu at Why You No Doctor

Go up the senior management ladder at any large corporate company – to the directors, the VPs, the SVPs, the C-Suite – how many Asian faces do you see?

Asian American representation in corporate …

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Dismantling The Bamboo Ceiling

In her book “Breaking Through The Bamboo Ceiling,” author Jane Hyun acknowledges that she places a lot of responsibility on Asians to improve their circumstances in the workplace. But she also acknowledges, in an interview with The Atlantic, that it’s …

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How To Handle Microaggressions in the Workplace

Source: Indeed Career Development blog

Psychologist Derald W. Sue, author of “Microaggressions in Everyday Life”, defines microaggressions as, “The everyday slights, indignities, put-downs and insults that people of color, women, LGBT populations or those who are marginalized experience in their …

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Yes, You Can Still Learn About Company Culture When Interviewing Remotely—Here’s How

There are a number of things you consider when evaluating whether or not a job is a good match for you. You need a salary that meets your expectations, responsibilities that get you excited, and a manager you think you’d …

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Looking for an Inclusive Employer? Ask These 9 Questions During Your Interview

We all want to feel accepted at work, and an inclusive culture makes that possible. On top of that, diverse workplaces are often more innovative and more profitable.

But how do you know if a potential employer is truly inclusive? …

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