Why can't your company just fix the gender wage gap?
Blog: NAWL News | Posted By: Clair Fuller | Released: June 26, 2017, 9:25 am
Claire Suddath writes, "At Citigroup Inc.’s annual meeting in New York City in April, after Chief Executive Officer Michael Corbat had summarized the company’s activities over the past year—1 million cardholders added! $23.6 billion in climate-change-reducing investments!—Citi Chairman Michael O’Nei
What Uber's board can learn from Starbucks
Blog: NAWL News | Posted By: Clair Fuller | Released: June 26, 2017, 9:21 am
Beth Kowitt writes, "One of the major turning points in the Uber saga came during a staff meeting on June 13.
'There’s a lot of data that shows when there’s one woman on the board, it’s much more likely that there will be a second woman on the board,' Uber board member Arianna Huffington told the a
Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick resigns as CEO under investor pressure
Blog: NAWL News | Posted By: Clair Fuller | Released: June 26, 2017, 9:13 am
From Reuters: "Uber Technologies Chief Executive Travis Kalanick, co-founder of one of the most influential technology companies of its generation, resigned on Tuesday under pressure from investors after a string of setbacks.
Kalanick's departure caps a tumultuous period for the world's largest rid
How some of the world's biggest brands are fighting sexism in advertising
Blog: NAWL News | Posted By: Clair Fuller | Released: June 26, 2017, 9:11 am
Claire Zillman writes, "Last year, research by conglomerate Unilever laid bare the stereotypes that exist in advertising. Just 3% of ads featured women in a leadership or managerial role. And 40% of women did not identify with their portrayal in advertising spots.
Since then, the company behind bra
Are women equal in America? A look at Title IX's impact 45 years later
Blog: NAWL News | Posted By: Kelsey Vuillemot | Released: June 23, 2017, 10:38 am
Molly Knight writes, "Title IX is often conflated with girl power in sports. That's because the number of athletic scholarships a university offers men and women is perhaps the easiest thing to enforce under the law. And the number of girls who participate in high school athletics has risen ten-fold