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“Ambitious”, “analytical” and “team player” – CBS’ new AI tool will tell you to keep these words out of job ads

Can an AI tool improve diversity? That, at least, is the idea behind Develop Diverse, a new tool being implemented at CBS to attract a more diverse pool of candidates to job postings. The programme scans job ads for biased words and suggests more inclusive alternatives. According to Sofie Gottlieb, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Lead, it has proven to increase the number of qualified applicants.

CBS at Pride: “If you’re not honest about who you are, you can’t thrive”

CBS is joining Copenhagen Pride Parade for the fifth time on 20 August. “This is the time for you to support your colleagues and fellow students and celebrate the freedom to be who you are and love anyone you want,” says Head of CBS’ Pride Team, Jesper Bjørn. So, if you love love there’s really no excuse not to attend the parade!

All you need is love…and PRIDE!

Accept yourself, your sexuality, and your true gender. Keep fighting for your rights and be PROUD. These are statements from people who, during their lives, have paved the way for more gender equality and freedom to express yourself. CBS WIRE has looked through quotes made by these significant figures and has chosen five statements that might inspire you.

CBS wants to be more diverse and to reduce the gender gap

CBS is struggling to achieve gender balance in some areas of the organization. Therefore, a gender equality plan has been introduced to help even out differences and create a more inclusive and diverse culture. “We don’t want to just lean back and accept that, for example, more men are occupying professorships than women. We need to address these issues,” says Alex Klinge, one of the authors of the gender equality plan.

Finn is here to transform businesses with his drag queen persona Miss Boogie

Wearing lipstick and high heels all began as self-exploration for CBS graduate Finn Ferjá. But his sequin-clad drag counterpart, Miss Boogie O’Kayla, obviously has greater potential than giving Finn a personal boost of empowerment. Miss Boogie is a role model for the youth of today and makes businesses more diverse and inclusive.

Men, with little experience abroad, lead Danish research – report on department heads shows lack of diversityby

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    Snapshots: CBS staff busy preparing for a new semester

    For the staff at CBS, the weeks and sometimes even months leading up to study start are spent busily preparing for new and returning students and a brand-new semester.

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    Those odd little words

    Some words of advice from CBS WIRE’s proofreader Helen Dyrbye, a British expat who has lived in Denmark for decades. Here she explains a few tiny words that can occasionally spell BIG trouble.

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    Community is key for study start 2023

    This year, showing both new and returning students the concept of ‘community’ at CBS is a top priority. There is room for everyone, and you can find others that share the same interests as you. Those are the key messages from the Student Communications team. This is highlighted by two campaigns, during the introduction week and at the Bachelor Kick Off.

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    CBS at Copenhagen Pride – in photos

    2023 is the first year for the new organisation Colorful CBS to organise the participation in Copenhagen Pride Parade.

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    Cutbacks lead to reduction of 60-70 fulltime staff

    It’s been ‘welcome back’ from the summer holidays for a few weeks now – and soon goodbye to some with a message many had anticipated with dread: a reduction totalling at least the equivalent of 60-70 full-time staff members.

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    It actually is rocket science! CBS student competences wanted at student rocketry association DanSTAR

    DanSTAR – a successful student rocketry association based at DTU – wants to enlist CBS students and their competences. CBS WIRE followed along on an excursion to the rocket garage.

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