Discrimination: Page 3
Tennis, entertainment, media, there isn't any place where women haven't faced discrimination, even the corporate world struggles with this
Women workers file more age discrimination complaints than men.
A diverse workforce inspires a sense of justice and fair treatment to all members of the society, employees and customers alike
Sexist Job Ads Discriminate Against Women in China -- Even Specifying Applicants' Required Height, Weight and Facial Structure
Many job ads in China openly discriminate against women according to research from Human Rights Watch.
Establishment segregation was decreasing until the 1990s. So, what caused the reversal?
Women own only 5 percent of startups. So, when we talk about inequality, how about talking about women entrepreneurs?
"Wife Appreciation Day" doesn't mean letting your spouse "take a day off from the kitchen."
After the headlines, there's more hard work to be done.
Tech apologists claim there are insufficient numbers of qualified women to hire. Which conveniently overlooks the hostile work environments now known to be pervasive.
Most companies, through the guise of measuring diversity, are actually measuring only representation, because they're only counting heads.
If, for instance, you're a white manager, have you ever considered just discussing something like Charlottesville with colleagues of color?
A smart approach to compensation studies will help your company attract and retain talent -- while avoiding stumbles that could punish you for trying to do the right thing.
Bias against women in the workplace is still an ongoing issue. Just consider these four scenarios.
The company will have to pay back wages and the value of stock options to several Asian candidates it passed over for employment, in addition to re-extending job offers.