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Category: Gender

Women's Earnings as Percentage of Men's Wages, State by State

Women’s Earnings as Percentage of Men’s Wages, State by State

[ 0 ] January 18, 2011

Databank: A Woman’s Pay; Women’s Earnings as Percentage of Men’s Wages, Salaries – AARP Bulletin.

EEOC sides with female Houston firefighter | AP Texas News | Chron.com – Houston Chronicle

[ 0 ] January 18, 2011

EEOC sides with female Houston firefighter HOUSTON — A female Houston firefighter was subjected to a hostile work environment based on gender and also suffered retaliation, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has found. The EEOC report, released Monday, says Jane Draycott found racial and sexual slurs scrawled on her locker after she complained about workplace […]

The state of women’s leadership: Disappointing statistics

The state of women’s leadership: Disappointing statistics

[ 0 ] January 17, 2011

The state of women’s leadership: Disappointing statistics, positive outlook – New Europe. Author: Ginka Toegel 22 August 2010 – Issue : 895, New Europe Thirty years ago, Iceland’s Vigdis Finnbogadottir became the world’s first female elected head of state. She was a popular leader, as can be seen from the fact that she was re-elected […]

Women in Management: Delusions of Progress - Harvard Business Review

Women in Management: Delusions of Progress – Harvard Business Review

[ 0 ] January 17, 2011

Women in Management: Delusions of Progress – Harvard Business Review. by Nancy M. Carter and Christine Silva The accepted message on gender disparity in the workplace has for the past 10 to 15 years been one of acknowledgment and reassurance: Yes, women represent just 3% of Fortune 500 CEOs and less than 15% of corporate executives […]

Where are U.S. Women Leaders?

[ 0 ] January 17, 2011

In leading women, U.S. lags | Philadelphia Inquirer | 01/04/2011. In leading women, U.S. lags By Stephanie McNultyWith last weekend’s inauguration of Dilma Rousseff as Brazil’s first female president, the United States fell farther behind the hemisphere’s trend toward diverse, inclusive government. The disparity is important because women in power are more likely than men […]