When a company uses standardized employment applications, members of the HR team typically learn to spot signs that an applicant is worthy (or not) of further review. Equal Opportunity Schools People & Culture Senior Director and Forbes Council Member Subha Chaudhuri, along with 13 leaders from Forbes Human Resources Council share insightful “signs” to look for when reviewing job applications and their potential, or lack thereof.
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Over a two-year span, this Northern Illinois High School, in partnership with Equal Opportunity Schools (EOS), expanded their AP program by 20%. Elliana entered 10th grade at this Northern IL High School believing that her current courses weren’t challenging enough. The EOS/high school partnership provided the encouragement that Elliana needed and a staff member recommended Elliana for an AP class that same year 🎉.
Mindfulness training has got a lot of attention in the world of business and the most vital parts come not from positive thinking and meditation alone but the business’s approach to its employees. Equal Opportunity Schools People & Culture Senior Director and Forbes Council Member Subha Chaudhuri, along with 10 leaders from Forbes Human Resources Council look at the most critical parts that make mindfulness training successful.
As an incoming 10th grader in the Atlanta Metro School District, Dora was concerned that her courses weren’t challenging and wanted to take upper-level courses. The Atlanta metro school district where Dora attends school has been in a partnership with Equal Opportunity Schools for two academic years. In that time, the district has expanded its AP program enrollments by 20 percent! 🎉 We will always strive to show our partner students their true potential.