Career Content Menu
Career Content
View Latest Posts
View Subscriptions
Posting Instructions
Active Bloggers
Bruce Smith
DeVry University class of 1998
Will Moss
Hampton University class of 1995
Tommie Mabry
Jackson State University class of 2020
Zane Curtis-Thomas
University of the District of Columbia class of 2023
Elynor Moss
North Carolina Central University class of 2003
Reggie Culpepper
Clark Atlanta University class of 1998
Ivan Butcher II
class of
Hannah Whittenly
Cal St Univ, Sacramento class of 2010
McGraw-Hill Recognized as ‘Top 50 Employer’ by Equal Opportunity Magazine
Posted By: Jehan Bunch on February 18, 2010

The McGraw-Hill Companies was recently names a “Top 50 Employer” by Equal Opportunity Magazine. Published since 1968, the magazine is a career-guidance and recruitment publication distributed to more than 1,400 university placement offices ,leading engineering and MBA schools, African-American, Hispanic, Native-American and Asian-American college students and professionals in a wide range of fields. Readers were polled and asked to name the principal companies or government agencies where they would most like to work or believe would provide a positive working environment for members of minority groups.

We’re very proud to be included on Equal Opportunity Magazine’s Top 50 list for the first time,” said Terri Austin, vice president, Diversity & Inclusion. “This recognition demonstrates the McGraw-Hill Companies’ commitment to creating an outstanding work environment that encourages innovation ad excellence. Diversity is a core value of the McGraw-Hill Companies. As global competition increases, our dedication to creating and maintaining a diverse, inclusive work environment strategically positions us for future success.”

Brian Jensen, vice president, Talent Acquisition, added, the significance of this recognition is that it is based on marked perception rather than benchmarking or analysis, another strong example that The McGraw- Hill Companies has retaining the best talent and creating an engaged workforce.”

Supporting the Corporation’s diversity initiatives are a number diversity business councils and Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), like BEAM (Black Employees at McGraw-Hill), APEX (Asian Professionals for Excellence) and HHN (Hispanic Heritage Network). The McGraw-Hill Companies also sponsors a Mentoring program that reinforces company’s emphasis on employee development, inclusion and a supportive culture.
If you enjoyed this article, Join HBCU CONNECT today for similar content and opportunities via email!
Comments
Please Login To Post Comments...
Email:
Password:

 
More From This Author
MEAC Basketball Tournament set
Geckleler brings balance and stability to Howard
Alabama State sweeps SWAC Men's and Women's Indoor Track and Field Championships
Why Historically Black Colleges Remain Relevant
Lee Moss Media Acquires HispanicPR.com and BlackEntrepreneurs.com
FAMU Sends Aid Team to Haiti
Latest Career Content
2021 Internships and Interview Opportunity with JPMorgan Chase: Deadline is THIS SUNDAY!
Asset & Wealth Management Winning Women & Launching Leaders Programs To start the application process, visit one of the links. You must be an undergraduate U.S. college student graduating in Winter ...more
Will Moss • 181 Views • July 9th, 2020
Join Our Team! We have careers for HBCU Talent at Boots Retail USA.
We're working to improve the lives, health and well-being of people around the world. And that includes our own people. We invite HBCU Students and Graduates to visit our Career Center and discover ...more
Elynor Moss • 122 Views • July 8th, 2020
What day will you apply to that new career you keep thinking about? Check out these options!
The path to your new career unfolds here! Find an interesting opportunity and proceed to the Apply Process. Employers are hiring! Job Title: NPR Fall 2020 Internships (Remote) Job URL: https:/ ...more
Elynor Moss • 665 Views • July 1st, 2020
Mentorship Programs to Encourage Diversity
Increased diversity in your organization sounds like a great goal, but is your business equipped to handle it? A major barrier for minority recruitment is a lack of knowledge about what varied pers ...more
Elynor Moss • 326 Views • June 30th, 2020
Making Inroads with Student Organizations to Increase Diversity within Your Talent Pipeline
Typical diversity recruiting strategies involve mining the active workforce for the right candidate, but this may not always be the best strategy. By the time candidates enter the workforce, it’s al ...more
Elynor Moss • 300 Views • June 30th, 2020
Popular Career Content
Considering an Internship? Apply for the JP Morgan Chase BA Early Advantage Event!
BA Early Advantage At JPMorgan Chase we celebrate individuals who bring their unique experiences and different perspectives to the work that we do to serve our diverse customers and clients around ...more
Will Moss • 71,408 Views • February 24th, 2015
Careers on the east coast with Johns Hopkins Medical Center!
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center offers a unique environment to medical professionals from many backgrounds—an environment that combines the prestige and opportunities of a respected academic medi ...more
Will Moss • 37,130 Views • March 16th, 2009
Procter & Gamble Student Internship Program This Summer!
Procter & Gamble is offering the experience of a lifetime. During the months of July & August 2011, P&G will host five different programs at our Global headquarters in Cincinnati, OH. These workshops ...more
Will Moss • 36,735 Views • March 8th, 2011
Today's Success Tip: Joachim de Posada says, Don't eat the marshmallow...yet
We were invited to the National Association of African Americans in Human Resource's reception held at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis during the SHRM conference, and the gift/tip we walked away with w ...more
Elynor Moss • 27,354 Views • June 29th, 2012
The most important thing Warren Buffett looks for in job candidates
When Warren Buffett considers hiring an executive for his company Berkshire Hathaway, he assesses their intelligence and drive. But more importantly, he said at a talk at the Ivey Business School in ...more
Elynor Moss • 25,355 Views • April 9th, 2015