Implementing a few key initiatives and programs can make a world of difference for mid-career women who are ready to step into management roles.
IBM’s McIntyre and Dr. Hass shed light to mid-career women who are at a crossroad in their technology careers.
Almost three-quarters of those with STEM degrees in the U.S. choose other careers. How can corporations convince them to remain in the STEM field?
Jacelyn Swenson, Manager, IBM Brand Systems and Branded Content Programs, analyzes gaps in available labor force of technical women. Swenson shares IBM’s best practices, including partnerships with educational organizations and technical mentorships, and how the…
The Supreme Court says same-gender couples can get married. Does that eliminate the need for domestic-partner benefits? LGBT groups and most companies don’t think so.
Despite improved hiring nationally, some majors — like psych or communications — are pretty much unemployable. Who gets the jobs? Majors in engineering, accounting and science.
Accenture named Julie Spellman Sweet to head its U.S. operations. As of next month, four of the six major consulting firms will have women leaders.
Corporate codes of conduct and values statements are increasingly important to recruiting millennials, as well as engaging a global workforce.
Top 50 tech companies don’t have the same “pipeline” gaps Microsoft has. Here’s what they do.
In light of the Microsoft CEO’s blunder, we look at real best practices from Monsanto, IBM, Dell and BASF to find and promote women at tech companies.
In an era of enhanced recognition of the importance of corporate diversity to business results, why is this talent pool so often ignored?
Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) Announces Annual List of America’s Top Corporations for Women’s Business Enterprises
This is the only national award honoring corporations for world-class supplier-diversity programs that reduce barriers and drive growth for women’s business enterprises.
Five executives offer lessons on structure, leadership, funding, globalization and impact.
How is IBM’s global commitment to the LGBT market reshaping its business advantage? It builds credibility and trust with clients—and increases revenue prospects.
Three companies that have successfully included diversity and inclusion in their succession planning, IBM, Kaiser Permanente and CVS Caremark, share talent-development best practices.