Is Your Company Just Paying Lip Service To Diversity?

Diversity and inclusion has become an important differentiator for companies. According to a Glassdoor survey, two-thirds of people consider diversity important when deciding where to work. Most companies today are addressing diversity and inclusion in some fashion. Some publically declare their commitment and seek accountability from third party organizations that measure the data. Others are… Read More.

Forget the Glass Ceiling. Female Attorneys Now Face a Concrete Wall

Private law firms have for the most part held on to their tradition of male leadership and partnership. The most recent Law360 Glass Ceiling report validates this by citing the lack of significant progress at the top for female attorneys. In fact, the representation of women remains status quo. According to the report, women make… Read More.

What Happens When CEOs Take The Pledge To Improve Diversity And Inclusion?

In the spring of 2017, a group of CEO’s spearheaded by Tim Ryan, U.S. Chairman and Senior Partner from PwC, formed a steering committee to address diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Their shared beliefs were that this is one of society’s biggest issues, that their companies need to better represent the community, and that… Read More.

New Research Reveals Society’s Attitude About Gender Differences

If you want to better understand the lack of gender equality in the workplace, look no further than the recent Pew research on how society views gender differences.  Their recent study documents how gender, age, political affiliation, race and level of education dictates what we think about these differences. The attitude Americans have about gender… Read More.