“My hair is a part of my mixed-race heritage. It’s a part of me,” said Nathalie Emmanuel.
“Changing the status quo will take dedicated action, legislation, employer recognition, and courage for employees to demand more. In short, it’s going to take all of us,” Williams wrote.
Last month, the company hosted two young businesswomen from India and Zimbabwe participating in the Global Women’s Mentoring Partnership.
If you want to invest like a wonder woman, that means shifting to a long-term focus, saving more up front and giving up on trying to time the market with brilliant trades.
“Despite higher labor participation and voting rates, at all educational levels Black women are concentrated in lower paying jobs than most other groups of workers, and have poor outcomes in healthcare, criminal justice and life expectancy.”
Sodexo top leader saw her career flourish after being tapped to head up women’s diversity effort.
EY and Time Warner executives share top tips, advice, experiences on executive presence and the role appearance plays.
Female engineer whose photo went viral speaks out about the unconscious bias impacting what “professional” means.
Today, it is more acceptable for women to say having it all is a pipe dream. In fact, you need to have that mindset if you want to climb the ladder in your career, advised Gail Mandel, president and CEO of Wyndham Exchange & Rentals.
Cox Communications’ Chief Compliance Officer Robin Sangston shared with DiversityInc how women can effectively negotiate their salaries.
IBM’s McIntyre and Dr. Hass shed light to mid-career women who are at a crossroad in their technology careers.
Does asking for help seem to be a particular problem for women in corporate America? Nellie Borrero, global managing director of inclusion & diversity at Accenture, sat down with DiversityInc to discuss the one thing women tussle with when they find themselves between a rock and a hard place at work: asking for help.
As the CFO of KeyBank’s technology and operations unit, Manigault shares advice: “You can’t play the victim. You’ve got to play the game.”
Studies show women are far less aggressive in negotiating wages for themselves than men. What can your company do? Cox Communications’ Chief Compliance Officer shares advice.