Federal lawmakers introduced a bill September 14 that would prohibit all employers from asking about a job applicant’s salary history.
Skyline Group International (a global provider of scalable coaching solutions) has released new research that finds female leaders need more support—especially from other women—to develop a more balanced approach to leadership.
The HR world is always buzzing about employee engagement and ways to increase productivity, but what if I told you that by shortening your workweek, you could actually be increasing engagement and productivity? Sounds like I’m off my rocker, but a recent study is proving this might be the case.
According to a recent ruling, discrimination based on sexual orientation is not currently prohibited by federal employment law. The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said it was bound by its own precedent to this effect and that only intervention by Congress or the U.S. Supreme Court could change it.
The gender pay gap is alive and well, unfortunately, which is somewhat startling when you realize that half the workforce is made up of women. According to the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR), in 2015, female, full-time workers made only 79 cents for every dollar earned by men—resulting in a gender wage gap of […]
No, that’s not the title of a new reality TV show, that’s the subject of a new survey recently released by management software company Better Buys! The survey was made up of responses from 2,000 people across the United States who worked in various industries. The survey’s goal was to see which bad employee behaviors […]
Yesterday’s Advisor featured the first seven tips from Attorney Jonathan Segal on improving gender equality. Today, the rest of the story.
In 1873, the Supreme Court ruled that women couldn’t be lawyers, notes attorney Jonathan Segal. Gender equality has improved, but still, women are CEOs of only 4.5 percent of the Fortune 1000. In virtually every profession, women are underrepresented in top management, Segal adds.
HRDA is reporting from the SHRM conference in Washington, D.C. Jennifer Lee, of JB Training Solutions says that learning how to command the room might come natural to some professional women, but for others, it takes a little bit of work. In today’s Advisor, we’ll hear from Lee with tips for how women executives can […]
Today’s article represents an expansion of content from two HRDA articles. In those articles, we heard from Jennifer Lee, an expert on executive presence for women. You can check out those articles here and here.