Investing

Investing in Me

This article analyzes the current trend of multinational companies investing money in employees in the name of building their talents and skills. The author talks about the most recent company to adopt this trend – HSBC bank, which sent its eighty employees on a week-long holistic training course in India. The whole world is facing […]

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Investing

This article analyzes the current trend of multinational companies investing money in employees in the name of building their talents and skills. The author talks about the most recent company to adopt this trend – HSBC bank, which sent its eighty employees on a week-long holistic training course in India. The whole world is facing […]

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Social Investing

Social investing is “ limiting one’s investment alternatives to securities of firms whose products and actions are considered socially acceptable. ” (Social investing, 2009) Social investing goes by many names and is sometimes referred to as green investing, ethical investing, (Social investing, 2009) sustainable investing, mission investing, and double/triple bottom line investing. (Social Investment Forum, […]

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Diluting Diversity : Implications for Intergroup Inequality in Organization

In the article entitled “Diluting Diversity : Implications for Intergroup Inequality in Organization” by Linnehan and Konrad, they described the factors that are being used as a rationale for investing in diversity initiatives. The first factor is the relationship between cultural differences and performance. Treating employees with the ways that they do not like to […]

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