A collection of articles from around the web.
Month: February 2015
[fontawesome icon=”lock” size=”medium” style=”normal” color=”theme” link=””] MEMBER EXCLUSIVE Joan Williams, Mary Blair-Loy & Jennifer Berdahl A new publication from WorkLife Law about the stigma applied to flexible work arrangements, and the superficial biases that lead to the failure of the modern workplace to adjust to the realities of the workforce.
Joan Williams sat down with her co-author and daughter, Rachel Dempsey, for an enlightening and charming conversation about the origins of What Works for Women at Work, the various patterns of gender bias, some invaluable and personal career advice, and what it was like working together.
Why can’t we talk about class? At KALW promoting her book, Reshaping the Work-Family Debate, Joan C. Williams discusses a topic often missing from the work-family conversation: the issue of class.
Wall Street Women Joan C. Williams discusses the employment and pay disparities between men and women in the financial-services industry on Bloomberg News.
Legally Speaking with Ruth Bader Ginsburg A conversation between U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Joan C. Williams. Topics range from opera to marriage to work/life balance, as well as the court’s role in establishing individual rights and equal protection for women.
Women and diverse professionals often face internal and/or external pressures to play office roles that give them less visibility and prominence. This webinar provides concrete strategies to enable professionals to position themselves in the spotlight while still being seen as good team players. We’ll discuss the kind of roles that might be undervalued in the …
[fontawesome icon=”lock” size=”medium” style=”normal” color=”theme” link=””] MEMBER EXCLUSIVE Sallie Krawcheck is the former president of global wealth and investment management for Bank of America. Currently, she is in charge of 85 Broads, a global women’s networking organization that seeks to connect female professionals from all industries.
[fontawesome icon=”lock” size=”medium” style=”normal” color=”theme” link=””] MEMBER EXCLUSIVE Sylvia Ann Hewlett is an author, economist, and the CEO of the Center for Talent Innovation. She is the director of the Gender and Policy Program at the School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University. Her work focuses on the development of business relationships, career advancement, and …