A new Gallup poll examines the value of a college degree based on how happy alumni are with their work and lives. Bentley is highlighted as one of several schools making plans to survey alumni in the future.
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The Center for Women and Business at Bentley University today convenes its latest Best Practices Forum: “Time Out! Rethinking ‘Time’ and the Ways We Work.” Bringing together a group of prominent and diverse influencers, experts and practitioners, the one-day conference features CEOs, C-Suite leaders, consultants and academics who will explore issues related to overwork, provide examples of how various companies and professional services firms are addressing them, and allow participants to raise questions and to share with one another their own ideas and concerns.
Neil Wollman, a Senior Fellow in the Bentley Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility, co-authors an opinion piece that explores the benefits of focusing the federal budget on current issues such as disease, disorder, and disaster.
Betsy Myers, founding director for the Center for Women and Business at Bentley, will be the keynote speaker at a conference for women leaders.
TD Ameritrade's Joe Moglia is listed as the 2014 Bentley undergraduate commencement speaker, which will take place on May 17th.
Today.com features a story that highlights data from Bentley's PreparedU survey, an extensive study focused on the perceived millennial skills gap.
Bentley's PreparedU study provides relevant data about how millennials' work ethic is seen by workplace professionals and milliennials themselves.
The Waltham Patch announces the 2014 Bentley commencement speakers as Joe Moglia and Linda Zecher. These two notable and inspiring businesspeople will address the graduating class in a ceremony on May 17, 2014.