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Below you can find a selection of our favourite news stories curated from the press around the world. You can use the filters above to find your particular favourites either via year published, or by keyword!

  • Why Wall Street’s Finally Pushing to Add Women on Boards

    7 December 2017

    The big money on Wall Street is finally throwing its weight behind boardroom diversity. After years of fits and starts, mutual-fund giants including BlackRock Inc. , Vanguard Group Inc. and State Street Corp. are embracing shareholder proposals to add more women and minorities as directors. This may signal a tipping point for the decades-long struggle for greater representation.

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    Read the full article at bloomberg.com
  • How To Schedule Wellness Into Your Workday And Still Get Stuff Done

    7 December 2017

    Here are a few tips for taking better care of yourself from 6 a.m. until bedtime that won’t get in the way of your work.

    Wellness is a thing most people only think about when they’re suddenly unwell. I bet you’ve experienced more than one morning when you couldn’t get out of bed and swore to yourself that you’ll “do better” in taking care of yourself from now on.

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    Read the full article at Fast Company
  • Amazon’s org chart is incredibly short on women

    7 December 2017

    The Amazon executives who report directly to CEO Jeff Bezos, helping him run a sprawling empire that touches more than one in four US households, includes just one woman: Beth Galetti, the company’s senior vice president of human resources.

    The stark shortage of gender diversity goes at least one layer deeper than that. An organization chart published by The Information (paywall) shows only four women reporting to the executives who report to Bezos.

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    Read the full article at work.qz.com
  • What the “Trailing Spouse” Teaches Us About the Stickiness of Gender Inequality

    7 December 2017

    Sarah Stevens married a fellow grad student right as she was finishing a Ph.D. in Chinese. Together, they decided they would go wherever one person found a good job. Her husband got an offer first. “I feel like it’s always the way it turns out—the guy getting the job,” she said.

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    Read the full article at Slate Magazine
  • 10 Questions to Ask Your Remote Team to Boost Productivity

    7 December 2017

    Thanks to the internet, it’s easier than ever to recruit employees from anywhere in the world. With a remote team, you can choose the best people for the job, instead of the best people from within a certain distance closeby. That being said, there are drawbacks to hiring remote workers. The biggest of which is that you don’t have the opportunity to engage with them face-to-face on a regular basis. This makes it hard to ensure they’re on task.

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    Read the full article at anneloehr.com
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