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Google’s diversity chief makes World Pride Power List

Google’s diversity chief Mark Palmer-Edgecumbe has been listed as the nineteenth most influential gay person in the world. The Guardian’s World Pride Power list was announced at a high profile dinner at London’s Corinthia Hotel on Friday. Palmer-Edgecumbe is widely regarded as a leading global authority on diversity and equality issues and has played a…

Yvonne Humphries: How Google’s perks alleviate stress and boost employees’ morale

It is no secret that working for Google has it’s benefits. Google has ranked highly on Forbes’ top ten places to work since the awards inception in 2009. By providing a range of perks, including free meals, snacks and gym facilities, Google consistently keeps it’s employees happy. Bored during the lunch break? Video games, table…

Google’s ‘right to be forgotten’ will force recruiters to go back to basics

A recent ruling from EU Court of Justice has established that its subjects have the ‘right to be forgotten’ and asked Google and other search engines to remove access to information that do not comply with privacy rules. The verdict was reinforced after the case of Mario Costeja Gonzalez, a Spanish citizen who requested that…