Proceedigs of the National Academy of Sciences of The United States of America publishes a report, "Although diversity training is commonplace in organizations, the relative scarcity of field experiments testing its effectiveness leaves ambiguity about whether diversity training improves attitudes a
Noam Sheiber writes in New York Times, "For years, scholars, activists and mothers have criticized policies that place the burden of child-rearing overwhelmingly on women. Increasingly, fathers are joining the criticism of these policies — and asserting their legal rights to challenge them.
Heidrick & Struggles writes, "The percentage of women appointed to fill new board seats on U.S. Fortune 500 companies in 2018 was the highest ever at 40%, and a doubling of the percentage over the past decade, according to the 2019 Board Monitor report from Heidrick & Struggles (NASDAQ: HSII), a pre
Dylan Jackson writes in The American Lawyer, "As minorities see incremental growth in representation within Big Law, black attorney ranks have remained mostly stagnant for nearly a decade, according to The American Lawyer’s 2019 Diversity Scorecard. And despite a renewed push for diversity among in
Sean Gregory writes in Time, "On a drizzly spring evening in New York City, Alex Morgan fixes her gaze on the golf ball at her feet, cocks her arms and then propels them forward with effortless power. The ball leaps off the tee and sails toward the netting between the tee and the Hudson River 200 yd