Why Firms Pick the Wrong People and How to Hire More Qualified Ones


Too often, companies reward empty bluster and punish quiet competence. Sound familiar?

6 Things You Can Do to Make Your Workplace Equitable for Women

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Changes that will make your company more female-friendly

The Entrepreneur Tackling Tech’s Gender Problem One Class at a Time

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How Heather Payne of Ladies Learning Code and HackerYou is helping correct her industry's imbalance

What Employers Are Still Getting Wrong About Maternity Leave

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Women who take time off to have kids continue to face all kinds of subtle—and not-so-subtle—discrimination in the workplace

What It Takes to Build Organizational Diversity

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What We Learned in 2015: The federal cabinet got gender parity this year. Other organizations would do well to follow that lead

Why It May Be Time to Ban Salary Negotiations

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What We Learned in 2015: Reddit scrapped pay talks because its CEO believed they undermine workplace gender equality

How to Throw a Holiday Celebration That Every Employee Can Enjoy

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Businesses are turning their Christmas parties into non-denominational holiday gatherings, but there's no reason to kill the festivities altogether

The Problem With Hiring for “Culture Fit”

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Wanting someone who plays well with others isn’t bad in theory—but too many managers confuse harmony with conformity

The Big Benefits of Empowering Employees to Make Small Changes

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Little things can have a major effect on how your company is viewed. The case for diversity by design

The Friendly Factor That Improves Employee Performance


A more diverse social circle is correlated with better networking skills and greater effectiveness at work

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