Maya Salam of The New York Times writes, "Do you understand the Equal Rights Amendment? That’s been my go-to party question lately, and to my surprise, most people don’t politely excuse themselves for a refill when asked.
The most common responses I’ve heard, especially from women my age, were to t
Sara Ashley O'Brien wrties in CNN Business, "Google is eliminating its controversial practice of forced arbitration for employees. The company confirmed to CNN Business that it will no longer require current or future employees to handle complaints against the company through an arbitration forum, i
Emily Bazelon writes in the New York Times Magazine, "More than 40 years ago, the Harvard business professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter published a pivotal book, “Men and Women of the Corporation.” Kanter showed that the disadvantages women experienced at work couldn’t be attributed to their lack of ambit
Stacey Stowe writes in The New York Times, "Under new guidelines to be released this week by the New York City Commission on Human Rights, the targeting of people based on their hair or hairstyle, at work, school or in public spaces, will now be considered racial discrimination.
Eleanor Lawrie and Clara Guibourg write in BBC News, "The BBC looked at a company's median pay gap - that is the difference in pay between the middle-ranking woman and the middle-ranking man.This is different to unequal pay - paying women less than men for the same work - which is illegal. Big firms