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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Lessons From The PayPal Gender Equality Panel Debacle


3 things companies need to do to get serious about advancing women

Let’s give PayPal an A for effort and a C- on execution on their women’s initiative. In case you missed it, late last month Paypal announced a Gender Equality and Inclusion in the Workforce Panel.  The only problem was the panel consisted of all men. The internet was . . .

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Male Engagement, Advancing Women…and My Red Pumps.


TEDx Jeffery Tobias Halter

I was thrilled when I was asked to give a TED talk on the need for male engagement in advancing women at the recent TEDxCentennialParkWomen in Atlanta. I knew that this was a great opportunity to ignite a real conversation. I also knew it needed to be poignant, provocative and shake things up a bit. . . .

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Podcast: Women in the Workplace


Recently, I was interviewed by Emory Mulling for his Mulling at Work radio show. Our discussion centered around the status of women in the workplace 2015, my new book WHY WOMEN and how men need to get engaged to create positive change for women in the workplace. Give it a listen and let me know what you think.
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