Diverse leadership drives successful organizations. Deloitte research suggests companies with an inclusive culture are six times more likely to be innovative and twice as likely to reach financial goals—or surpass those goals. Businesses with more women in senior leadership positions experience greater productivity, higher profitability, and better company performance, according to a new report from […]
Tag: gender equality
The HR Daily Advisor has always been dedicated to gender equity in the workplace. Promoting gender equity has never been more important than now because of the tragic number of women who have left the workplace during the pandemic. Today is Women’s Equality Day, and we wanted to present the articles, considerations, and ideas we’ve […]
I’ve gotten used to putting my son down for his 12:30 nap, and so has he. Like so many working mothers, I’ve been home since March 2020, adapting to doing my job remotely while making discoveries and choices in my personal life I didn’t know were possible when I was in an office. Now, my […]
Gender pay discrepancies happen for a lot of reasons, some of which may seem legitimate on the surface. But regardless of how they occur, employers can be proactive in eliminating these discrepancies in their workplace.
Does your organization provide training to help employees understand and practice gender inclusivity? If not, is it something you’re considering? There are several reasons why many employers are doing just that.
The gender pay gap was front and center at this year’s Emmy Awards, thanks to Michelle Williams’ powerful speech about gender equality. We should expect to see this issue raised again throughout award season, particularly as recent research revealed that Hollywood’s gender pay gap is among the highest of any industry, with female stars earning […]
According to the Fortune Global 500, only 14 of 500 global companies are led by women. And while the U.S. Fortune 500 has record numbers, that number is only 33. In other words, 6.6% of the U.S. Fortune 500 is led by women, and 2.6% of the Fortune Global 500 is led by women.
Our founder and CEO, J Schwan, approached me a few years ago to discuss a big opportunity: Solstice needed its first chief operating officer.
A push for gender equality in the workforce often has difficulty reaching the C-suite and boardroom. We wanted to get a female perspective from each on these topics: getting a seat at the table, the value of female leadership, and the HR industry as a whole.
A recent report by D2L has revealed a major gender gap when it comes to workplace learning. I recently discussed the findings with D2L’s COO and the former SVP at Yahoo and Intuit, Cheryl Ainoa.