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  • This is what one of India's top female bankers did to help women juggle work and family commitments

    Arundhati Bhattacharya took steps to address women's family responsibilities, allowing them to stay in their careers.

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  • Melinda Gates: I’m Committing $1 Billion to Gender Equality

    In 2018, there were more men named James running Fortune 500 companies than there were women. This year, only one CEO on that list of 500 is a woman of color. Women are 51 percent of the population but hold only 24 percent of the seats in Congress. My reaction to facts like these is a complicated mix of outrage and optimism. I imagine I’m not alone. It’s frustrating—even heartbreaking—to confront evidence of the many ways our country continues to hold women back.

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  • How the Best Workplaces Are Working Toward Better Gender Fairness

    How the Best Workplaces Are Working Toward Better Gender Fairness By September 19, 2019 Hulu is among the 2019 Best Workplaces for Women. Courtesy of Hulu About a year ago, Shannon Sullivan started hearing that male leaders in her organization were anxious about mentoring female colleagues in the wake of the #MeToo movement. It was just one or two casual conversations.

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  • The Future of Women on Boards - Q&A with Amii Barnard-Bahn

    Now that the S&P500 no longer has any all-male boards I am taking a new look at the progress and future of women on boards, with leading compliance and ethics coach Amii Barnard-Bahn

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  • Why so many women want to change careers

    Right now, two-thirds of the female workforce is wondering whether they should not just leave their jobs but change industries entirely.

    Seventy-three percent of women are interested in changing careers according to InHerSight’s recent study of 1,500 working women. That means right now, two-thirds of the female workforce is wondering whether they should not just leave their jobs but change industries entirely.

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