Google’s Diversity Efforts, Charted

The technology company is struggling to move the needle when it comes to increasing diversity in the workplace. Here are some charts.

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The Trump Administration Considers an Old Friend: Ken Kurson

F.B.I. agents are said to have interviewed people who worked with Mr. Kurson at The Observer, the publication owned by the Kushner family, where he served as editor.

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Prior Arrests and Lost Jobs, Yet Still Hired as Correction Officers

A city investigation found the Department of Corrections failed to properly screen job applicants, missing disqualifying red flags like arrests.

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Don’t Ask Salary History

Two executive search consultants offer advice to interviewers seeking to avoid job candidates who “cost too much.”

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How a Common Interview Question Fuels the Gender Pay Gap (and How to Stop It)

Several states and cities have ordered employers to stop asking about salary history.

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Mayor de Blasio’s Message, Even Amid Scandal: ‘You’re Not Fired!’

The de Blasio administration is, in that way, an inverted version of “The Apprentice,” where many leave but no one gets fired.

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Target Agrees to Review Screening of Job Applicants Amid Claims of Bias

The retailer said it would revise how it uses criminal background checks, a step meant to quell complaints that it discriminates against black and Hispanic job applicants.

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