President Gloria Larson shares how corporate leadership can foster a culture that supports equality in the workplace.
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TOPIC: Career Trends
Market research from Bentley’s PreparedU Project finds that millennials believe a flexible work schedule can make them more productive.
On January 18, 2017, the Center for Women and Business, the Hoffman Center for Business Ethics and the Bentley Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility hosted Joann Lublin, Wall Street Journal management news editor to talk about her new book, Earning It.
President Larson discusses why students need to combine traditional soft skills such as communication and collaboration with technical skills to become successful employees in the job market.
Ian Cross, senior lecturer of Marketing and director of Bentley's Center for Marketing and Technology, discusses what Samsung must do to prove their reliability to customers.
Susan Brennan, associate vice president of Career Services, explains why Bentley's Career Services department is ranked number one by the Princeton Review.
Market Research from Bentley's PreparedU Project reveals that 66% millennials have the desire to start their own business.
According to data in the U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard, Bentley produces some of the highest-earning graduates in the nation.
Market research from Bentley's PreparedU Project reveals the top ten technical skills with the biggest increase in demand.
Liz Brown, assistant professor of law, taxation, financial planning at Bentley, discusses her decision to switch careers from the practice of law to teaching.