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The diversity challenge has been grabbing headlines recently – from the Oscar nominations to the National Football League. It’s been a hot topic for us in the technology industry for quite a while. While we’re not quite the NFL, the tech sector faces its own challenges in attracting, retaining and developing a diverse talent base.
February 11, 2016
As Thanksgiving approaches here in the United States, many of us look ahead to the end of the year and the fading tradition of holiday cards and letters. Generations before us sent them to family, friends and valued associates as a way to update them on our lives.
November 23, 2015
Benjamin Franklin once said, “Lost time is never found again.” That is especially true during the very special first few months that a parent spends with a child.
October 14, 2015
Hiring is often the most critical – and stressful – thing we as leaders need to do. It’s like a work version of “The Voice”: Just like the coaches on the show turn their chairs for different performers, aligning on the candidate across a hiring team can be a challenge.
September 7, 2015
Tonight, I have a date with my 18-year-old son Kyle. We’ve been getting together every Thursday night since he started high school, unless I was out of town. It is our time to talk, plan, vent and laugh.
August 20, 2015
Caring for yourself and your family at home helps you be your best at work. But in the U.S., government mandates for paid leave are currently slim to nonexistent.
August 10, 2015
In a few weeks Adobe will open its doors to hundreds of summer interns. I have to say, it’s among my favorite times of year. These students radiate excitement and energy – it’s infectious.
May 12, 2015
It was March 19, 2012. I was in Bangalore, India, having just arrived after a 20-hour flight. One of the first meetings on my schedule: an interview with an eager reporter from the Economic Times of India.
April 14, 2015
In the News
Adobe Expands Family Leave Benefits
Donna’s team member Kerri and her adorable daughter Caroline
In August 2015, Adobe made waves in the industry by significantly expanding its U.S. employee benefits to care for a new child or an ill family member.
“In the U.S., government mandates for paid leave are currently slim to nonexistent,” said Donna Morris, Adobe’s senior vice president of People & Places. “That means companies must navigate the tough balance between supporting employees during major life events and meeting business goals. Too often, employees have not had the support they need . . . We are stepping up to drive some fundamental changes that support working families. ”
Read the full blog post here.