Studies show that many older men are wary of mentoring younger women—a trend that both men and women agree needs to change. Read on for expert tips on how to find or be a mentor in the workplace without raising eyebrows.
Negotiating isn’t easy, but it’s the best power we have to make a change in the gender pay gap. Today, spend some time learning how to uncover what you’re worth, ask for a raise, and negotiate—and then go put that advice into action.
Today is Equal Pay Day, a great reminder for all of us to know what we’re worth and to ask for it. And if you need some encouragement? Well, our friend Ryan Gosling is here to give you just the push you need.
Helaine Olen believes that much of the money advice we hear today is wrong, especially where it concerns women. We sat down with her to learn the myths surrounding women and money and what we’ve all been getting wrong about personal finance.
Did you know that job applicants are often discriminated against—just for having an ethic-sounding name? One job seeker shares her experience—plus steps we can all take to ensure equal opportunity for everyone.
“Equal pay for equal work” sounds like a simple concept, but how close are we to actually achieving that standard? Neale Godfrey, one of the first female banking execs, reflects on how the gender pay gap has evolved—and how you can make sure you’re paid what you’re worth.
The Bearded Men of the Obama Tech Team have become famous in the tech world. And while the media tells a great story, it’s not accurate—because there are plenty of women on the team. Our tech columnist sat down with a few OFA staffers to learn more.
When you think about women in tech, you probably instantly think Sheryl Sandberg and Marissa Mayer. But there are plenty more women you should know about—women who’ve truly shaped technology as we know it. Check out this fun infographic to learn more.
To demonstrate what it’s like to be judged for your looks before the quality of your work, journalist Leigh Alexander created “Objectify a Male Tech Writer Day.” But she also called it off. Here’s why—and why we need to keep talking about it anyway.