The impact of the women’s march on Washington


Recapping the Women’s March

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Sitting down with Jeffrey Tobias Halter – author of "Why Women" – he discusses why the Women's March was the tipping point for women's voices in corporate America.

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Over 2 million women just spoke, is Corporate America listening?


Women in droves are asking for two things, one is workplace equity and the second is pay equity.

On Saturday, January 21st, over 650 women’s marches were held in major cities around the globe. In Washington D.C. alone over 500,000 women gathered but in other major metro cities, the number of participants was also overwhelming.

While many of the Women’s . . .

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Women at the tipping point. Is Corporate America ready?


Women’s voices are rising.
 
 
 
 
 
 Are we at a flashpoint address workplace inequalities?

The tipping point is that magic moment when an idea, trend, or social behavior crosses a threshold, tips, and spreads like wildfire. – Malcolm Gladwell

The Start
Since 2000, women have been actively working to advance in the workplace — building on the women’s movement of the 1970s. Today, an entire generation . . .

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