Danielle Paquette writes, "Since they surged into the U.S. labor force, quadrupling in number since 1970, female breadwinners have lived under a cultural microscope. Can they have it all — the spouse, the baby, the corner office?
Christin Munsch, a sociology professor at the University of Connectic
From Stuff: "What is the current state of unconscious bias?
At this time, there is a great deal of work being done in this area that looks at how bias unconsciously informs our behaviours and/or actions, particularly in the workforce and how we relate to others.
Deanne Bell writes, "I typically don’t share details about the sexism I’ve faced at work. While educating others about the obstacles I’ve overcome is necessary to raise awareness, talking about them paints a picture to younger generations of a steep, uphill road that lies ahead. As if choosing a
From NBC News: "Andrea Lawful-Sanders has a ritual for cheering the black heroines of the Summer Olympics. She gets into her corner of the living room, sets up her chair, demands silence before screaming at the top of her lungs, flails her body wildly and — in keeping with her Jamaican-American her
Claire Bushey writes, "The legal profession brims with associations and subcommittees dedicated to advancing women's status at firms. Traci Ribeiro has never joined any of them. The 46-year-old insurance litigator prided herself on going 'dollar for dollar' with her male colleagues to bill hours