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In a first-of-its-kind law, Massachusetts employers must pay men and women equally for “comparable work” and can no longer ask about salary history on job interviews.
Saatchi & Saatchi Executive Chairman Kevin Roberts resigns after sexist statements.
An analysis finds the pay is not equal, and the staff is not diverse.
The academy superintendent said other groups have used raised fists during the year at West Point, including him.
The school is investigating whether the women are supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. But is that movement political?
More misogyny amid climbing unfavorable poll numbers for women — despite his frequent claims of the opposite.
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Tubman to replace former President Andrew Jackson as the featured image of the $20 bill; some say it’s a bad idea.
According to a report by the American Association of University Women progress has stalled in recent years.
The caucus will prioritize the needs of Black women and girls in policy making.
Raymond Moore said women tennis pros “ride on the coattails of men.”
“She is supremely qualified,” said Defense Secretary Ash Carter.
“We socialize and press women to constantly doubt themselves or define themselves in terms of a certain appearance,” said President Obama.
Before you make that “harmless” little comment to the woman in the next office, take a look at things women leaders tell us are absolute no-no’s in the workplace.
Nadja West's military career includes several historic firsts.
Study shows that an organization with 30 percent female leaders could add up to 6 percentage points to its net margin.
KeyCorp’s Amy Brady shares five tips to help you recruit the best and the brightest women in technology.
Implementing a few key initiatives and programs can make a world of difference for mid-career women who are ready to step into management roles.
“This is a rapist who masqueraded as a law-enforcement officer,” said the district attorney.
Sam’s Club CEO Rosalind Brewer came under fire for acknowledging corporate America’s very apparent lack of diversity.
The move is the latest of inclusive steps by the military and opens up more than 220,000 jobs to women.
African-style hair braiders in Iowa filed a lawsuit challenging state requirements.
Study finds only about a third of men feel diversity on corporate boards is very important.