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XPO Logistics welcomed LaQuenta Jacobs to her new role as XPO's Chief Diversity Officer. LaQuenta will lead the company's #diversity#equity and #inclusion efforts. Read the announcement here. Congratulations, LaQuenta and XPO!

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Forbes unveils its Best Employers for Women 2020

One of my favorite journalists to follow on LinkedIn regarding all topics diversity-related is Ruth Umoh, who just introduced us to America's Top Companies for women.

Job Lead of The Week - VP, Customer Experience (Remote)

Gubagoo, a leading provider of conversational commerce for automotive dealerships and OEMs is hiring a remote Vice President, Customer Experience.

Here's why we selected it as the lead of the week.

1) Visible job poster 🎉

2) Easy Apply 🎉

3) Includes direct email address and tips for email " with the subject line “VP of CS at Gubagoo” or apply on this job platform" 🎉

4) It's remote 🎉

Keep in mind, this is a VP role with a small company (approximately 279 employees) and requires 5+ years of experience. It's likely for someone who enjoys a startup environment and wants to build from the ground up (our words, not theirs).

You can view the job post here.

The Great Irony Of The Diversity Executive Hiring Trend

There's a major trend in hiring executive Diversity roles, but data from "Glassdoor found that the average salary for chief diversity officers is $127,239, which is less than the average pay of individuals who hold positions in the C-suite."

Our good friend, Francine Parham, talks about the issue.

Read more here...

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