The Huffington Post, By David MacLennan, Cargill Chairman & CEO
In fact, we recently made a major commitment to advancing women in our ranks. In December, Cargill became one of the 27 founding signatories of Paradigm for Parity, pledging to achieve gender parity in management by 2030.
Yahoo Finance, By Business Wire
Accenture is collaborating across business and government to further diversity in the workplace, with commitments to gender equality that includes Paradigm for Parity, which, with 35 other companies, establishes actions to achieve gender parity in the workplace by 2030.
POPSUGAR, By Kate Emswiler
So, what are the biggest issues to tackle in this struggle for a better future? We asked 14 powerful women in a variety of industries what they believe needs to change in order to level the playing field for women in the workplace.
Ingersoll Rand, a world leader in creating comfortable, sustainable and efficient environments, joined the Paradigm for Parity coalition and pledged to bring gender parity to its corporate leadership structure by 2030. The first in its industry to pledge, Ingersoll Rand has united with nearly 40 other companies in the coalition to address the corporate leadership gender gap.
Workforce, By Andie Burjek
For Voya, just saying that the company had a commitment to gender equality wasn’t enough. As of February, 50 percent of Voya’s overall workforce is female, as is 44 percent of the company’s external board of independent directors, 45 percent of its executive committee and 36 percent of its operating committee. Voya also joined the Paradigm for Parity movement.
Bloomberg Markets, with Carol Massar & Cory Johnson
Jewelle Bickford, Partner at Evercore Wealth Management, discusses the Paradigm for Parity movement, a coalition of business leaders dedicated to addressing the leadership gender gap in corporate America.
The Huffington Post, By Jeffery Tobias Halter
Since 2000, women have been actively working to advance in the workplace — building on the women’s movement of the 1970s.
Fortune, by Ellen Kullman
When I tell people that a male colleague once assumed I was an assistant and asked me to get him coffee during a meeting, they aren’t shocked.
Bloomberg today announced the 2017 Financial Services Gender-Equality Index (BFGEI), providing investors and organizations with unique insight into 52 firms’ commitment to building gender-equal workplaces. Among the recognized companies are Bank of America and Voya Financial.
Fortune, By Kristen Bellstrom
Don't call it a comeback. Most observers likely know Ellen Kullman from her six-year tenure as CEO of DuPont.
All those holiday packages that are showing up on your doorstep, or on store shelves, don't just get there by themselves.
Bustle, By Suzannah Weiss
Most companies would tell you that they'd like employees of all genders to be treated equally. But if achieving workplace equality were as simple as not being sexist, gender disparities at work wouldn't exist.
The Hill, By Brooke Seipel
Twenty-seven CEOs of major companies collectively pledged Wednesday that women will hold 50 percent of leadership roles in their firms by 2030.
Bloomberg, By Laura Colby
The heads of Bank of America Corp., American Electric Power Co., Coca-Cola Co. and 24 more large global companies have pledged to boost the number of women in their top ranks to parity with men by 2030.
Fortune, By Laura Cohn
Women currently make up just 19% of the top executives in Corporate America, and a group of top business leaders wants that figure to improve—dramatically.
The Wall Street Journal, By Joann S. Lublin
More than two dozen chief executives of companies, including Bank of America Corp., LinkedIn Corp. and Newmont Mining Corp., have signed a pledge to speed women’s progress up the corporate ladder.
Forbes, By Georgine Hunag
If you are a woman who reads any career advice, you've probably noticed that you're commonly told that mentorship and sponsorship are key to your success at work.
TIME, By Catherine Engelbert
I’ve been fortunate in life to benefit from family, educators, work colleagues and a set of mentors and sponsors, all of whom did not hesitate to offer and support me with every opportunity to achieve what I set out to do. Far too many today are not so fortunate.
Forbes, By Georgine Huang
Over a million men have signed the UN’s HeforShe movement, pledging to do what they can to improve gender equality after Emma Watson gave a viral speech launching the campaign at the United Nations two years ago.
The Guardian, By Suzanne McGee
The former head of Sanford C Bernstein and Smith Barney is behind an investment platform, Ellevest, designed around women’s financial priorities.