Want your company to be sustainable, adaptable, and geared towards success? Look towards creating a gender-diverse environment in your workplace. Here are some tips to help you along.
Pfizer And Arab International Women's Forum Release A Report Focusing On The Need For Diversity In The MENA's Healthcare Systems
The report highlights the importance of addressing acute health and mental health challenges for women in conflict-ridden countries.
By scrapping the gains in flexible working environments made during the pandemic, firms are essentially establishing a "men first" hiring policy, whether they realize it or not. An inflexible return-to-office approach is pushing women out, which in turn fosters an environment that is even more exclusive.
Experts are calling on the venture capital space to make changes, including putting more funds under the direction of female investors.
Is Your Family Business Giving Women the Short End of the Stick? Here's How to Recognize and Combat Discrimination.
The last place women might expect to experience discrimination is within their family business. But research shows it's a significant problem. Here's how to recognize and combat it in your business.
The "glass ceiling" may not be the primary hurdle for women in the workplace. Instead, it's the "broken rung" that occurs early in women's careers, according to a new report.
The resistance to paying women-owned businesses fairly for their products and services is a significant hurdle contributing to economic disparities.
The tech industry continues to suffer from a significant gender gap, with women holding less than a third of relevant positions, and the rise of AI and automation further marginalizing them.
Women's Equality Day serves as a reminder of the ongoing struggle for gender equality and women's rights. It is crucial to address issues like caregiving leave, sexual harassment and gender biases to achieve true equality.
49,000 male and female entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs from 25 countries were chosen to take part in this study.
As leaders, we must constantly seek ways to improve our craft — after all, leadership is a skill that must be intentionally honed
As a growing number of women and female leaders progress in the workforce, regional businesses can enjoy inclusive economies of scale by adapting to a gender-balanced business model.
Are These 17 Biases Affecting You as a Leader? The Answer Is Likely Yes — Here's How to Address Them.
Having biases is an inherent part of being human, but that doesn't mean we don't have the responsibility to manage them and make sure they don't impact the way we lead.
The class action covers about 2,800 female employees in the bank's investment banking, investment management, or securities divisions.
As a woman in the workforce, you must believe in yourself. Ask enabling questions that empower growth, with a focus on upgrading your skills. Stay determined and be relentless in your ambition.