Finding a job is a fraught process, even in the best of times. Now, as our economy continues to rebound, hiring is ramping up and so are the number of tools companies have at their disposal to evaluate candidates. From familiar, long-used personality tests to new algorithms that aim to find the right long-term hire, we consider the new landscape job-seekers and managers must navigate with Howard Ross.
He made his name as a Florida Folklorist in the 1930s, and infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan in the 1940s. Today, Stetson Kennedy is still an Activist, agitating for civil rights and economic & racial equality. We find out why he recently posted years of documented ‘Klan Secrets’on his website — and why he was picketing a supermarket last week.
- Stetson Kennedy writer, investigative journalist, pioneer folklorist, and lifelong civil & human rights activist
- Peggy Bulger Director, American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
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