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Why I started a company (and why more women should too)

Ms. Career Girl

With most new companies being founded by men, this means many women-specific pain points go undeserved. It’s not just a matter of equity. When I was in college, I’d read about CEOs confidently stating that they didn’t hire for diversity because they hired for merit.

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6 Ways to Advance Gender Equality in the C-Suite


Despite research showing that professional women have the same leadership aspirations as men and plenty of evidence that companies with female CEOs outperform those led by men, only five percent of S&P 500 companies’ CEO slots are, in fact, filled by women. The way forward (or upward) is not easy, nor will it happen overnight, but organisations could make significant progress toward promoting women into the highest levels of business by focusing on these six areas: 1.

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we got weight loss tips for Women’s History Month, interviewer thought I was lying, and more

Ask a Manager

We got weight loss tips for Women’s History Month. I work for a large corporation that promotes diversity in the workplace. In celebration of Women’s History Month, we received an email with info on women’s health issues. How does this celebrate diversity?

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