It’s all about mothers — addressing the gender pay gap, from New York’s new ban on salary history questions, gender pay in the UK, and the bias mothers face when they re-enter the workforce. Plus we share the playlist from WFUV o The Ladies Show. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
It’s a new day for electric vehicles, which now marry performance, style, and 150-250 mile travel range. Thanks to big incentives, you can snag one for under $25,000 and save thousands every year. Filmed at the 2018 New York International Auto Show. CLICK TO WATCH!
Our opinion article, “American auto industry can dominate alternative energy”, appeared in The Hill on March 29, 2018. It explains why the US needs to play a dominant role in both traditional and alternative energy industries. READ:
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It’s about women making waves: the record numbers of female candidates in 2018, #MeToo and #TimesUp; the 5th Anniversary of Lean In, and “Hotbed” an exhibit at the NY Historical Society highlighting suffrage movement leaders. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
Confidentiality agreements have become a go-to weapon to buy silence, and cover up misdeeds. This Vox OpEd asks whether it’s time to rethink this approach.
We were honored to present to leaders in the broker dealer, compliance, and professional services community at the 9th Annual Independent Broker Dealer Consortium, a highly regarded (and impeccably organized) industry gathering. Substantive, great people, and a good time. Presentations and info follow. Click for more:
Our newsletter in honor of (Mother) Earth Day explores next gen autos which save serious $ (and carbons), advances in alternative energy already underway, and more.
Bay Area producers made the short film 50/50 Day and created a “happening” that challenges us to take ourselves and gender equality seriously. Links and highlights from talks with women leaders.
We take issue with a Glassdoor study that attributed a causal relationship between what women studied, and their pay levels. Their internal research also found professions where women were paid more than men (one of which – female musicians – was the focus of a seminal study on pay inequity. More HERE
New Survey addresses which companies are delivering for women – and where employers continue to fall short.