“First Big 2017 Win For Shareholders And Women On Gender Pay Equity” As Starbucks Responds To Investor Pressure

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Arjuna Capital, Boston  Apr 27, 2017, 13:15 ET BOSTON, April 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Arjuna Capital announced today that it has withdrawn a gender pay equity shareholder resolution targeting Starbucks. Arjuna took the action since Starbucks released data on gender-based compensation. A report released today by Starbucks states: “Male and female partners who perform similar work are paid within …

Why Women Aren’t C.E.O.s, According to Women Who Almost Were

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The New York Times July 21, 2017 Susan Chira It’s not a pipeline problem. It’s about loneliness, competition and deeply rooted barriers. The impact of gender is hard to pin down decisively. But after years of biting their tongues, believing their ranks would swell if they simply worked hard, many senior women in business are concluding that the barriers are …

Morgan Stanley Return To Work Program

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Educational programs and online resources for women restarting their financial service or related careers after taking time off for caregiving responsibilities. Program locations in New York, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hong Kong, Budapest and London.

3 Female Former Employees Sue Google Over Alleged Gender Pay Discrimination

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NPR September 15, 2017 By Merrit Kennedy Systematically paying women less than men. Promoting them more slowly. And denying them opportunities. These are the allegations in a lawsuit against Google filed Thursday in San Francisco on behalf of three female former employees. They’re seeking class-action status to sue on behalf of all women employed by Google in California over the …

How These Female High-Tech Company Employees Fought For Gender Equity — And Won

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Forbes January 17, 2017 MeiMei Fox, Contributor Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Last year, a small group of empowered female employees at DialogTech, a digital marketing company, started meeting monthly to discuss challenges they faced in their day-to-day jobs and share experiences as women in a predominantly male workplace. But after a few months, they decided that …

L’Oréal’s Problem With Men

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The cosmetics maker has a great track record drawing female employees—so great that now it’s aggressively trying to attract men for balance. Bloomberg Businessweek September 6, 2017, updated September 6, 2017 By Laura Colby In his frst assignment for L’Oréal, Rob Imig spent 10 months pitching a shu uemura lipstick to beauty editors across the country. The editors—all women—often reacted …