Use tips from this powerful resource guide to step up your game and help make Equal Pay Day redundant. Download the guide here. Please share this post, as well as the Close The Gap app available for free on April 10, Equal Pay Day with this code: free2day
Women in California –and around the country—face obstacles of bias, wage gaps and a lack of infrastructure when they are raising families, caring for aging family members and trying to advance in their careers. But there is a path to a fair future. These are the findings of the
We already know that companies with more women executives are more profitable. But these companies are also paying their female employees more fairly, according to a new analysis by Redfin and PayScale. The gender pay gap is half the size at tech companies with more women executives.
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“Be like Iceland.” That could be the motto for the United State to achieve gender pay equity. And yes, we could be like Iceland, but perhaps without all the ice. A little background here, Iceland recently became the first country globally “to introduce legislation requiring empl
Equal pay for all Americans—men and women– is a little closer to reality as efforts to achieve gender parity by 2020, the mission of Take The Lead, seems within reach. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo recently signed two executive orders as a result of PowHerNY’s Equal Pay Campaig
We’re not throwing any parades to celebrate the slightly smaller gender wage gap in this country in 2015. Because it is not good enough. But we are aiming to close the wage gap by 2025. According to a new study by PayScale.com of 1.8 million American workers, in every state of the uni
Whereas what? It’s Women’s Equality Day August 26, but are we equal yet? Forty-five years ago this week on August 26, 1971, New York Democratic Representative Bella Abzug succeeded in formally having Women’s Equality Day put on the books. It was to commemorate the 19th Amendment sign
There’s no doubt about it: going to business school can boost a woman’s career. In a recent survey of MBA graduates by Bloomberg Businessweek, women who earned an MBA six to eight years ago reported that their degree increased their earning potential and connected them to a powerful n
Another week, another massive study on women in the workplace that will be cited for years to come (and we aren’t mad about it—please, keep them coming!). The Thomson Reuters Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation teamed up to ask 9,500 women in the G20 countries: “What are the top
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