Robert Storace writes in Connecticut Law Tribune, "The Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities teamed with law students from Yale University Tuesday afternoon to unveil new pregnancy guidelines for employers and employees.
Organizers joined two state legislators who have worked on
Claire Cain Miller writes in The New York Times, "Daniela Jampel and Matthew Schneid met in college at Cornell, and both later earned law degrees. They both got jobs at big law firms, the kind that reward people who make partner with seven-figure pay packages.
Michael Lev-Ram writes in Fortune, "Words matter, and they often matter in different ways to different people. That’s why, for the past five years, text analytics startup Textio has studied—and helped to augment—the way companies in search of more diverse candidates communicate with prospective hire
Jeff Green writes in Bloomberg, "Women will be the majority on the board of General Motors Co. later this year, after two male directors retire. It’s a first for an automaker and places GM among a small handful of companies with roughly the same number of men and women at the highest level.