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.
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To write GovFem articles, we scour the internet daily for the best articles and op-eds about women working in the public sector. While many of those articles end up in our GovFem posts, we unfortunately can’t cover them all in a weekly series. That’s why we created the GovFem Reading List, which highlights the topRead… Read more »
This August, we saw a number of articles focused on collaboration. We saw collaboration among women, learned about private sector collaboration for women, and even heard calls for collaboration that isn’t yet happening (Old Girls Club, where are you?).
This July, we saw a number of articles about the wage gap and parental leave policies across organizations. Unsurprisingly, a number of news outlets are also talking about women’s role in government as Hillary Clinton prepares to accept the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination.
This June, we saw a lot of articles about women in tech and leadership roles. These articles highlighted the gender disparities and offered some solutions to fix them. Check out the top five articles worth reading from this past month.
This May, articles covered topics as varied as female representation on panels, lessons learned from crises, and biased data. However, each article emphasized the ability for change and progress, even in the face of challenges.
This March, we read a few articles about how women are making progress in the public sector, particularly in business and technology fields. However, other articles suggest that we still need to explain gender disparity in more real terms, before we can ever truly fight it.
This February, I came across more than a few news articles and studies that impressed how much more work we have to do in the feminist fight. Here are the top five worth reading.
Read the top articles about women in government for January 2016, compiled by GovFem.