Six tech companies are joining the on-going and up-hill effort to get caregivers back into the workforce. On Tuesday, domain registrar GoDaddy gddy , online education platform Coursera, grocery delivery startup Instacart, as well as customer service software company Zendesk, marketing technology
Ben Quinn writes, "Photographs have emerged of armed French police confronting a woman on a beach and making her remove some of her clothing as part of a controversial ban on the burkini. Authorities in several French towns have implemented bans on the burkini, which covers the body and head, citing
Marcie Bianco writes, "These days, feminism is on fleek. Touted by everyone from Dove to Barbie to Taylor Swift, consumer capitalism has made feminism sexy, fun, cool—and remarkably easy to claim as your own. But the price tag has been the meaning of the movement itself. Bitch magazine cofounder
Taylor Barnes writes, "In 1920, women had a big win for feminism when they secured the right to vote. Not all women could exercise that right immediately ― it’s been a continued fight over the last 96 years. And in the immortal words of Tina Fey, 'we’re not done...we’re definitely not done.' So what
Pat Wadors writes, "Over the past decade, technology companies and their leaders have launched diversity and inclusion (D&I) initiatives, hoping to make employees of all backgrounds and experiences feel welcome in our industry.
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