The celebrated actress, entertainer and entrepreneur has strong advice for women in business.
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.
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.
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.
Many people get overwhelmed with diversity language. Just two letters in the difference between equality and equity spell out two very different approaches — here's how you can understand how they're different.
The class action covers about 2,800 female employees in the bank's investment banking, investment management, or securities divisions.
Just 82 cents. That's what the average woman makes for every $1 earned by a man in the United States in 2022. It's a shocking but not surprising statistic, as women have been given increasingly more responsibilities and influence in the business world but have never received the same compensation.
It is clear that the "glass ceiling" exists, and women face discrimination that hinders their advancement compared to men, despite having similar qualifications, skills and experience. However, employing women over men may be the key to success for your business, according to a wealth of scientific research.
Savvy leaders are identifying strategies to increase productivity, keep their workforce engaged, and help take their business to the next level.
A strong ESG score can improve your company's relationship with consumers, investors, and the planet.
Gender discrimination gets worse as you go down the social ladder. But what causes such inequality? Here's a primer.
Today more than ever, customers are holding brands to higher ethical standards, and are more likely to trust brands that are committed to championing inclusivity across their businesses.
The pandemic caused hordes of women to leave the workforce due to family responsibilities. Many aren't returning. Here's what companies can do to pave the way for their return.
The tech giant claims no wrongdoing.