Hopefully you’re entering the new year with a renewed sense of hope and motivation to fight gender inequality in the workplace. But where do you start? The first step is easy. Get informed (or as the kids call it, “woke”) on where things stand between genders, what issues are top-of-mind, and how you can help.Read… Read more »
We’ve put together a list of five of the most important government stories to keep an eye on in the first part of 2018.
What were the most useful articles and op-eds for women in government? We surveyed our data to discern the most-read GovFem articles of 2017.
As we approach the new year and prepare for all that 2018 holds, read about some of the issues that were most important to our millennial readers — spanning self-care, public speaking, career development and work-life balance. Here are the top ten, most-read First 5 stories from 2017.
Here’s what we’ve heard in the past month about the prevalence and treatment of sexual harassment in the public sector.
These four articles from September address some of the challenges women continue to face in tech—from hiring biases, to a persistent and toxic “boys’-club” culture, to overt sexual harassment and intimidation—and what some women are doing about it.
Women constantly confront double standards in their personal and professional lives. That’s not really news. We’re expected to pursue strong careers without coming off as assertive or “bossy.” We’re told to join the boys’ club, only to find the doors blocked by traditional ideals of propriety. We’re told to participate in our offices, only toRead… Read more »
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