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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.
Study shows that white, hetero males dominate and women hardly speak.
Despite growth in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) field, gender and racial gaps remain.
During the annual NAACP convention in Philadelphia, Baltimore Chief Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby discussed the disparities black women face, yet their ability to greatly influence the future of public policy.
A New York Times article on tennis champion Serena Williams’ physique has stirred up controversy on social media. A long-time advocate for elite professional female athletes shares her perspective.
In a career that has taken her around the world, Vildan Kehr, Divisional Vice President of Global Talent Acquisition at Abbott, shares what is necessary to be a global leader in business.
Very little progress made in decades and minorities not making it to senior levels.
Eight out of 10 senior leaders at Facebook and Google are men; seven out of 10 are white.
Texas has impossible regulations on the hair braiding industry impeding upon the businesses of Black women, which a new bill may change.
A new report shows that while Asian Americans are well represented among the work force of five large tech firms, they remain underrepresented in leadership roles.
Michele G. Green, Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer at Prudential Financial, offers best practices for increasing the retention rates of employees from underrepresented groups.