As more governments consider using this and other tactics to decrease the pay gap, many researchers and journalists have begun exploring how women negotiate, compete and get paid. These are my top five picks from July on the subject of women and the pay gap.
Want to work on your leadership skills but don’t want to read a bunch of stuffy how-to books? This reading list is for you.
Five articles this month investigate what headline-grabbing cases of sexism mean for women in the workplace. They also ponder ways to correct the imbalance
Books you need to read if you are making a transition at work.
With the new administration well under way to making reforms and budgeting for the future, it can be overwhelming to track who is being most impacted by what. What’s changing for the better? Who is worse off than they were before? For women especially, those questions are complex because there are so many different issues… Read more »
Heat up your summer even more with one of these must reads.
Spring into this new season with this fresh professional development reading list.
March is Women’s History Month, but that doesn’t mean it’s all good news for women. Of course, we saw an influx in stories of how women have influences politics, social life, and more (see this article, for example). However, if you were keeping an eye on the news this past month you probably also saw… Read more »
February is a short month, but apparently the Internet hasn’t gotten the memo. Instead, we’ve seen even more news, op-eds and articles about women than usual.
January has been a busy month, to say the least. Don’t worry, GovFem compiled the top five articles you might have missed during this busy month.