Tips for having difficult, but critical, conversations about race in the workplace, with Humana’s Sr. VP of Workplace Experience

An inclusive workplace can be a comfortable place to have uncomfortable conversations. Employers can address difficult topics like race by creating a culture of inclusion where every employee can share their thoughts, feelings and experiences.

Strategic, measured, and deliberate approaches are particularly helpful in establishing safe spaces for employees to engage as companies, workers, and their communities pay more attention to race relations amid social unrest.

“We can’t let the fear of…


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Tips for having difficult, but critical, conversations about race in the workplace, with Humana’s Sr. VP of Workplace Experience

Delta permanently eliminates change fees for most domestic tickets

Delta is taking a page out of rival Southwest Airlines’ playbook with its latest move to appeal to customers.

Delta Air Lines Inc. (NYSE: DAL) announced Monday, Aug. 31, it is permanently eliminating change fees for all flights within the United States. The elimination of change fees is effective immediately, according to a news release. The policy change includes tickets purchased for travel within the domestic U.S., Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands in Delta’s first class, Delta Premium Select,…


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Delta permanently eliminates change fees for most domestic tickets

Atlanta's Chart Industries selling subsidiary for $320M, focusing on high-growth areas

A big metro Atlanta-based maker of industrial equipment said Tuesday it’s selling one of its businesses for $320 million in a move to focus on more high-growth areas.

Ballground, Ga.-headquartered Chart Industries Inc. (Nasdaq: GTLS) said it will sell its cryobiological products business to Cryoport Inc. (Nasdaq: CYRX), a Nashville, Tenn.-based life sciences services company.

Cryobiological products are used for transport of biological samples and storage of vaccinations, tissue, cells, blood…


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Atlanta's Chart Industries selling subsidiary for 0M, focusing on high-growth areas