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Multicultural Working Mother Conference In NYC

NEW YORK - Working Mother Magazine will be hosting its Multicultural Women’s National Conference next week in New York City July 19 & 20 at the Sheraton New York Hotel and Towers.

Representing more than 2.6 million employees in nine industries at over 44,000 worksites nationwide, the conference will focus on leading by example with initiatives that hold managers accountable for recruiting, retaining and promoting multicultural women.

Identifying best practices, work towards positive change and provoking discussion about diversity in the workplace. 


STORY TAGS: Women News, Minority News, Discrimination, Diversity, Female, Underrepresented, Equality, Gender Bias, Equality

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