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Fraternity Life: The Story We Rarely Tell

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I have an alert set on my computer. Every day around 11am, I receive an email that aggregates news that mentions the word "fraternity." Every so often I'll learn about a chapter that raised money for a philanthropy event, but more often than not the headlines address similar themes: sexual assault, hazing, racism, suspension, lawsuits, student deaths. Unfortunately, the list goes on.

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How To Become A Data Guru: Six Strategies For The Prevention Professional

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Most institutions of higher education are already aware of the importance of data. From the early stages of deciding which students to admit into our programs, to assessing their performance along the way, data is an integral piece of the college experience. As students continue to engage with technology, opportunities for data collection and utilization will increase, posing both opportunities and challenges for those working in collegiate well-being.

8 Tips for Banks to Get More Out of LinkedIn Marketing
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8 Tips for Banks to Get More Out of LinkedIn Marketing

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LinkedIn is one of the most popular social media networks, with more than 450 million active users, over 40% of which are in the United States. At the same time, many don't know how to use the platform, with most banks either not using it at all or not enough. Despite that, LinkedIn is a powerful tool for financial organizations, giving bankers access to potential clients, leads, and even providing tools for sales.

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What New York employers need to know about the Sexual Harassment Training Mandated in NY State Budget Law

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On April 12, 2018, the New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law a 2018-2019 budget bill (also the “Law”) that includes an expansive anti-harassment training mandate in the spirit of the #MeToo movement. This legislation -- enacted in tandem with comparable legislation at the New York City level -- seeks to address sexual harassment in the workplace, by mandating all private employers to provide all their workers with annual sexual harassment prevention training

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What NYC employers need to know about the new Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act

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On May 9, 2018, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed into law the Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act (also the “Act”). This legislation -- enacted in tandem with comparable legislation at the New York State Level -- seeks to address sexual harassment in the workplace, by mandating all private employers with 15 or more employees to provide all their workers with annual sexual harassment prevention training starting on April 1, 2019.

3 Ways to Improve Financial Capability Among Millennials and Gen Z
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3 Ways to Improve Financial Capability Among Millennials and Gen Z

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As we reflect on Financial Literacy Month, one of the areas we’re focusing on is our research on the financial knowledge, behaviors, and perspectives of young adults. While we have discovered helpful new insights, we’ve found that deficiencies in the financial capability of first-year college students have not changed much, since our last report 2 years ago.