Corporate America Isn’t Ready For The Growing Women’s Movement


Pay Equity Daily View New York Daily News Jeffery Halter

A generation of women is sitting one level below the executive level, and most of Corporate America isn’t ready for the coming flashpoint.

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..”women’s voices have also been rising since 2008. Led by a ground-swell of multiple forces from Sheryl Sandberg, the White House Pay Equity Pledge, Paradigm for Parity to the ousting of high-profile corporate executives for sexual harassment, a day . . .

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Clinton Presidency May Not Make an Impact for Women in Business


Pay Equity Daily View New York Daily News Jeffery Halter

I am a corporate gender strategist, which means I work with dozens of Fortune 500 companies on advancing women through male engagement.

In the past few months, the most common question I’m asked is, “Will a Hillary presidency be good for women?”

While I cannot speak to social policies, government, education or nonprofits, sadly I do not believe . . .

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Gender Discrimination in Organizations is Still a Real Issue in 2016


Pay Equity Daily View New York Daily News Jeffery Halter

Last month, San Diego-based tech company Qualcomm agreed to pay a total of $19 million to settle a federal class action lawsuit in a gender discrimination settlement.

In May, KPMG’s Gender Discrimination Lawsuit expanded to over 1,000 employees. While terms and a settlement have not been reached, the amount of the class is currently at $400 million. In March, the district court denied . . .

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