Rampaging obesity and related illnesses in the African-American community have triggered calls for urgent action to halt their deadly advance.
The fight over health-care reform is one that many hope will transform the $2.6 trillion health-care industry and provide coverage to all Americans.
At CareerNation’s 2009 Africa Brain Gain Conference, two panelists representing health services organizations openly vied for the attention of a job candidate with a master’s degree in public health.
Until relatively recently, only the technologically savvy, curious and ultrasophisticated human resources professional was comfortable with online recruitment. Today, online recruiting is an indispensable tool for locating talent for every job level, with some recruiters and hiring companies relying solely on online portals.
When auto industry experts told The Network Journal in last year’s report on the industry that businesses that had the foresight to prepare for the impending economic storm stood a better chance of weathering it, their comment was as applicable to the Big Three automakers as it was to small enterprises.
One month before the National Black Chamber of Commerce opened its 17th annual convention in Washington, D.C., Harry C. Alford, the chamber’s co-founder, president and CEO, sent out an eBlast in which he promised a “scrubbing” of the Department of Transportation’s disadvantaged business enterprise program during the three days of the convention.
June is Black Music Month in Britain, as it is in the United States. Britain’s Black Music Month is an initiative of Black Music Congress (BMC), whose founders wanted to create an oppor-tunity to “focus on and celebrate British Black music through performances and talks-based programs.”