Ivana Matic – Founder of Women In Adria shares her concerns regarding Marissa Mayer’s decision (Yahoo CEO) to only take 2 weeks maternity leave…
Topical news on women at work and in life.
It would seem that although battles are being won, in terms of real gender balance, the war is far from over for our female Olympic athletes with many challenges still to overcome. Dorothy Dalton notes that happily these women are willing to speak up against sexism in sport….
Women have enough problems dealing with gender stereotyping propaganda projected and perpetuated by men let alone by other women. Dorothy says – enough!
The old boys of Augusta stuck to their “No Women” policy in failing to extend a member invitation to IBM’s CEO Virginia Rometty. Anne Perschel has a recommendation for the boys to consider, now that Ms. Rometty has been named among Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People.
Meet the inspiring group of women who led the 3Plus Mini-Mentoring Event in Brussels on Thursday! They did a wonderful job and the feedback has been brilliant! THANK YOU!
You can pay virtual honors to your “sisters” with 3Plus International beginning March 8 International Women’s Day. What will it take? A few minutes of your time. What will it give? Priceless.
At the beginning of January the French town Cesson-Sévigné banned the use of ‘Mademoiselle’ in official documents. Do you care if you are indentified by your marital status in officialdom? Anna Foden tells us why she does…
Kriss Akabusi, motivational speaker, ex-international athlete and businessman, shares how his own life experiences have been formative in setting up his charitable initiative Woman2Woman in Nigeria. He calls upon professional women in affluent economies during this season of goodwill, to support 100 Nigerian women to become self sufficient as entrepreneurs.
Women are said to influence or be the primary decision makers in 80% of consumer purchases.Dorothy Dalton looks at Ryanair’s recent sexist ad campaign and asks what would make you walk with your wallet?
Dorothy Dalton disputes that it’s flat out “looney” to think there is a systemic or cultural problem of discrimination at Wal-Mart.”