Research

The information below will help you keep abreast of all the latest research from around the world on diversity and inclusion. You can use the filters above to find something that you are specifically looking for either via year published, or by keyword.

  • Why companies should recruit more women

    23 November 2017

    Why companies should recruit more women Livemint 6 hrs ago Nandita Mathur New Delhi: While women have made great strides in leadership, globally the proportion of women in senior roles of organizations has been stuck at 24% for the last decade. There are currently fewer women on the boards of S&P 500 companies and in every region of the world, women are less likely than men to be employed full-time.

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    Read the full article at MSN.com
  • Media industry discriminates against women, says ex-Vanity Fair editor

    16 November 2017

    Tina Brown said women have to ‘bust a gut’ to receive the level of respect given to male counterparts

    Tina Brown, the former editor of Vanity Fair and the New Yorker, has said that women have to work harder than men in order to make progress in the media industry.

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    Read the full article at theguardian.com
  • What's Holding Women Back in The Workplace?

    16 November 2017

    Enter your email to reset your password Or sign up using: New member? Sign up now. Sign in if you're already registered. Get Inc. Straight to Your Inbox SIGN UP FOR TODAY'S 5 MUST READS What's Holding Women Back in The Workplace? Why don't we have more women in leadership roles? Here are seven important reasons. By Lolly Daskal Lolly Daskal is the president and CEO of Lead From Within , a global consultancy that specializes in leadership and entrepreneurial development.

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  • Nearly one in four big British companies can’t seem to find qualified women for their boards

    16 November 2017

    Britain’s biggest companies have a gender problem. And according to the annual Hampton-Alexander Review of women leaders in the FTSE 350, the UK’s largest firms can’t seem to find more women to fill senior positions on boards and committees.

    Squint and you may see “progress” being made. In 2017, women accounted for 27.7% of board positions at the FTSE 100 (pdf, p. 23)—up a whole 1.1% from 2016. The bar was so low before, just 12.5% in 2011, that being around a quarter seems pretty good.

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    Read the full article at work.qz.com
  • Sexism Starts in Childhood

    9 November 2017

    With every sexual harassment scandal that hits, I feel all the emotions: anger, betrayal, heartbreak that something I vaguely sensed turns out to really be true. I also feel a growing sense of fear—not for me, but for my kids. How do I shape my son into a man who respects women and treats them as equals? Is it possible for him to breathe society’s misogynistic air every day without succumbing?

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    Read the full article at Slate Magazine
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