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Women, Science And Technology – The Attitude Gap

Women, Science And Technology – The Attitude Gap

ILO News- Science and technology are advancing at a rapid pace, offering new opportunities in the workplace. Women, however, are in danger of being left behind. And that is a question of attitudes, not aptitudes. “Women tend to be overrepresented in the humanities and social sciences, and underrepresented in science and technology,” says Claude Akpokavie, […]

Infographic – Women In Business, Breaking The Glass Ceiling

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Infographic – Women In Business, Breaking The Glass Ceiling

Women In Business, Breaking The Glass Ceiling

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The Harried Life Of Working Mothers

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The Harried Life Of Working Mothers

By KIM PARKER, Senior Researcher, Pew Research Center– Women now make up almost half of the U.S. labor force, up from 38% in 1970. This nearly 40-year trend has been fueled by a broad public consensus about the changing role of women in society. A solid majority of Americans (75%) reject the idea that women […]

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Pepsi Pays $3 Million to Settle EEOC Discrimination Claim

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Pepsi Pays $3 Million to Settle EEOC Discrimination Claim

By ROBERT SCALLY and R. DAVID WENDEL– Pepsi Beverages will pay $3.13 million and provide job offers and training to settle charges of racial discrimination filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Minneapolis office. More than 300 African Americans were affected by a criminal background check policy that disproportionately excluded black applicants from permanent employment […]

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Army HR Chief is First African-American Female Two-Star General

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Army HR Chief is First African-American Female Two-Star General

U.S. Army Human Resources Command’s deputy commanding general, Marcia M. Anderson, became the Army’s first-ever female African-American officer to obtain the rank of major general Thursday, 29 Sept. 2011, at Ft. Knox, Ky. Maj. Gen Marcia M. Anderson’s background shaped her into the personable, successful woman she is today, according to the an Army press […]

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The Atlantic – Obama’s Misguided Effort to Protect the Unemployed From Hiring Bias

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The Atlantic – Obama’s Misguided Effort to Protect the Unemployed From Hiring Bias

From The Atlantic: Is This Really A Problem? (No.) “For starters, we have little evidence that this sort of discrimination is playing a significant role in hiring. Yes, prolonged unemployment is a problem. But the reason for this is due to the lack of job openings paired with a skills mismatch. While there might be […]

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