Post Tagged with: "gender discrimination"


Google Accused of ‘Systemic’ Gender Pay Discrimination by Labor Department

Google Accused of ‘Systemic’ Gender Pay Discrimination by Labor Department

The discrimination “is quite extreme,” even for a tech company, according to a report published last week.

What About the Men? They Need Life Outside of Work, Too

EY Americas Inclusiveness Officer Karyn Twaronite looks at the differences between men and women when it comes to work-life balance.

Girl Asked to Leave Her School for Looking Too Much Like a Boy

A Virginia Christian school threatens an 8-year-old student’s enrollment over her looks. See what officials said and the girl’s family’s reaction here.

Texas women's PAC says women are too busy for equal pay.

PAC: Equal Pay Act Should Be Abolished Because ‘Women Are Extremely Busy’

The executive director for a new political committee representing women says the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act needs to be abolished. Her answer to what should replace it needs to be seen to be believed, and we have it here.

Nitin Nohria, Harvard Business School

Harvard Business School Dean Admits Unequal Treatment of Women

The head of one of the nation’s most elite graduate schools apologizes, vows to improve access and treatment for female students and staff.

Legal Roundup: Must you act American?

December Legal Roundup: Must You Act ‘American’?

Did a court allow an immigrant employee's discrimination case? What was the legal answer when faced with a real-life case of the "living dead"?

Twitter plans to go public with an all-white, all-male board of directors.

Twitter Board Highlights Silicon Valley’s Lack of Diversity

Social-media network plans to go public with an all-white, all-male board, but Twitter execs claim to understand the importance of gender diversity.

EEOC Identifies LGBT Protection As 'Emerging Issue'

EEOC Identifies LGBT Protection As ‘Emerging Issue’

Agency offers recourse even though LGBT people are not specifically included in Title VII.