The highest-performing companies on both profitability and diversity had more women in-line roles than in staff roles on their executive teams
We know that women make only around 79 cents for every dollar that a man makes. What many people don't realize is how long this practice has been unlawful.
From Mary Tyler Moore to Shirley Chisholm, take a look at these trailblazing female voices.
Irrespective of the gender, one should find a group that can fulfill his/ her objective
A Facebook staffer said 'code written by women was rejected much more frequently than code written by their male colleagues.' Facebook says she's working with incomplete data.
The company pushes back on a Department of Labor report, and says it 'conducts rigorous, annual analyses' to make sure it adheres to equal pay practices.
The lawsuit also claims former Chief Marketing Officer Kathy Savitt 'intentionally hired and promoted women because of their gender.'
Emoji should be open to all genders, nationalities and races, right?
The retailer says that it stands for inclusivity and equality.
The outspoken Indra Nooyi said as a matter of dignity these terms shouldn't be used in a professional setting.
His comments on women in tennis were widely denounced, including by Serena Williams and Martina Navratilova.
Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, said Xbox and Microsoft were represented 'in a way that was absolutely not consistent or aligned to our values.'