Category Archives: Women at work

Paid Family Leave Is Huge Unmet Need

In the United States, just 21% of civilian workers have access to paid family leave [...]

Women Running for Office Held to different, Higher Standard

Proving readiness to serve as Governor: High Hurdles for Women At @BLFF_org we have studied [...]

Raising the Minimum Wage Would Be Transformative for Women

By Diana Boesch, Robin Bleiweis, and Areeba Haider February 23, 2021, 4:29 pm Center for [...]

It’s more than past time we talk about the invisible labor of women

By Naomi Ishisaka Seattle Times columnist As we tentatively look toward a post-pandemic world where [...]

Bureau of Labor Statistics has reported that the job outlook for men and women in America remains disappointing as a whole, especially for women

One Year After Brunt of Pandemic Hit, 2 Million Women Remain Missing from U.S. Workforce [...]

Learning from AAUW – State focus on Diversity on Corporate Boards

Zonta USA Caucus is exploring the opportunities that State Legislation would have on increasing diversity [...]

Research: Adding Women to the C-Suite Changes How Companies Think

Literally, ALL the reasons companies are more successful when women are at the helm (with [...]

Research on the Dearth of Women in Law Enforcement

Women in Policing, Breaking Barriers and Blazing a Path (Full report PDF) Women constitute less than [...]

Federal Employees: What women are looking for in 2021 | Women At Work

Pandemic Hits Women Workers Harder: The beginning of the end of the pandemic might be [...]

Sexual Harassment in Academic Science, Engineering, and Medicine

A Report in 2018 by the National Academies. The persistent sexual harassment in academic sciences, [...]