The cause of female equality in the tech industry needs to be owned as a CEO agenda issue, argues Marc Benioff as Salesforce seeks to lead by example.
Stereotyping is a cancer on recruitment yet it is rarely discussed as a problem to be overcome. Technology will not help.
Corporate structures and expectations need to change when it comes to women having babies at work - yes. But it's not our place to judge a woman when she decides to take 2 weeks maternity leave.
Are services such as these creating equal opportunity for women in the workplace or do they pressure women to stay away from the home and be in the office?
Netflix is offering unlimited maternity and paternity leave for a year, with full pay. This is groundbreaking, given that the USA is the only country in the developed world that doesn't require companies to offer any paid leave after having a child.
HR analytics tools are incredibly powerful. But deferring to them without human thought can be dangerous.
Much is written about gender inequality yet little is said about reality. I check in with Cindy Jutras on this thorny topic
Female CIOs demonstrate sharper negotiating skills and prioritizing digital risks, suggests Gartner survey.
I recently stumbled onto a data science event replay from the Berkeley School of Information that sheds valuable light on women in data science careers, as well as insights on project success and pitfalls to avoid.
Monster has launched the latest industry initiative to address the lack of women in tech. But concerted action will be vital to change entrenched attitudes
Shared parental leave allows couples to split the 50 weeks of leave after having or adopting a baby, but if equality is seen as the desired outcome, why aren't businesses welcoming the move?
The revisions to Indiana's controversial RFRA will now protect those in the LGBT community from discrimination, thanks largely to pressure from CEOs like Marc Benioff at Salesforce.
Infor CEO puts pressure on Arkansas to amend its 'religious freedom' bill, following Indiana backlash
Infor CEO Charles Phillips has written to Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson, urging him to change the details of its religious freedom bill to protect against discrimination.