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Salesforce Chief Equality Officer Tony Prophet.

Salesforce is applying an incredibly simple data strategy to address the gender gap

Salesforce gives leaders of a team of 30 or more people a scorecard to track how often they promote and hire women.

Women worldwide are nearly as vulnerable as men to the robot takeover of jobs

Between 40 million to 160 million women could lose their jobs to automation, according to McKinsey's new report,'The future of women at work.'

Dozens of female Microsoft employees claim they deal with shocking behavior at work: requests to sit on a coworker’s lap, being called a ‘...

As Microsoft fights a gender discrimination lawsuit, some women inside Microsoft discussed their treatment at the company in a long email string.
Open Source Initiative board members. Front row, L-R: Simon Phipps (Board President), Josh Simmons (Board Treasurer), Carol Smith (Board Secretary) Back row, L-R: Italo Vignoli, Faidon Liambotis, Molly de Blanc, Richard Fontana, Patrick Masson, Chris Lamb.

A group of women trying to change the sexist culture of open source software have been harassed online

Online harassment and a lack of inclusion are issues in the open source space, and the board elections for the Open Source Initiative showcase this.
The Boy Scouts hasn't always been so welcoming.

8 ways the Boy Scouts has evolved over the years

The Boy Scouts hasn't always welcomed everyone. It took 111 years to welcome black people, girls, transgender boys, and homosexuals into its ranks.

Oracle underpaid women and minority workers by $401 million, the Labor Department says

The company had an "extreme preference" for hiring Asian workers with visas that it could underpay, the Labor Department charged.
Women get called "bossy" for being the boss.

11 surprising double standards that still exist for women in the US

The world has made incredible progress in shattering the glass ceiling and empowering women. But there's still a long way to go. Here are 11 ways women are unfairly inconvenienced, shamed, and discriminated against just for being female in the US.
Meagan Hunter

A former Chili’s server claims she wasn’t promoted because she didn’t dress in ‘gender appropriate’ clothes

Meagan Hunter, 35, was a server at a Chili's in Phoenix, Arizona, for two years before she decided to apply for a promotion.
There aren't many women at the table at Citi.

Citigroup says it pays women 29% less than men in report that the bank’s HR chief calls ‘difficult’

Citigroup says female employees make 29% less than male ones across its global workforce, and that women make up fewer senior positions.
Japanese medical schools admitted to rigging acceptance requirements in favor of male candidates.

Japanese medical school admits rigging entrance exams in favor of men because ‘women mentally mature faster’

One in five doctors in Japan are women — the lowest proportion of female-to-male doctors among OECD countries.