It starts at the top!
This is a tough subject for me to wrap my head around because, while I understand that there is a wage gap, and gender diversity is an issue in some companies (especially in the executive ranks and corporate board seats) I…Continue
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In Women in Technology: Promoting a Broader Perspective, I argued that women can make strong contributions in technology-focused areas without being employed by technology firms or educated…Continue
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We have seen incredible strides for women in the workforce. Fifty years ago in 1962 women were mostly still homemakers and just starting to stretch their wings in terms of the labour force. Today we see in Canada that 50.4% of the labour force is comprised of women, edging men out of the majority by half a percent. In addition, the market offers more programs directed at encouraging women in the workforce. For example, based on a test market run in Toronto, Edmonton is the first to…Continue
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As a woman in today’s workplace, do you feel like you are a little more scrutinized in what you wear than your male counterparts?
While women would like to think they are judged for their brains and skills and not their appearance, there is little doubt there are still some offices where what female employees wear to work is given greater scrutiny than men.
In a setting where standard company uniforms…Continue
Men: 40, Women: 6.
Because they show “ties” for several of the top 40 listings, there are actually 46 people on Fortune’s 40 Under 40, an annual list of business movers and shakers. 13% Women. You have to get to #20 (#21 really) to see the first woman. How very sad. Fortune has been…Continue
In February 2010, The New York Times reported that, for the first time in recorded history, women outnumbered men on the nation’s payrolls.
What does this mean for the American workforce?
Unfortunately, women’s ascendance in the workplace is partially related to the recent recession. More men work in industries hit harder by the recession, such as financial services, manufacturing and construction. Women tend to predominate in industries such as education and…Continue
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You know what that means, right?
It's Equal Pay Day. (Please, you know I didn't mean that that 4/20)
Today is the day - we're told - that "symbolizes how far into 2010
women must work to earn what men earned in 2009".
Akin to "Tax Day" (the day you supposedly have to work until you make enough
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