- Watch your words: E-mails can be considered public records
It has become common practice to communicate via e-mail on a daily basis. Although this method of communication is convenient and efficient, be aware that all such communications can be discoverable under certain circumstances, whether by a third party, through discovery in a lawsuit, or even by the person named in the e-mail.
- Diversity made simple: Understanding important terms
Help definitions for some commonly used (and commonly misunderstood) terms related to diversity:
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