Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Corporate Glass Ceiling for Women and Minorities is yet to be Shattered

It's same old, same old, says SocialFunds.com as they report on findings by the Calvert Group, a social investment fund, that found little advancement of women and minorities in corporate executive positions. Equally problematical, a second report finds, is that the corporate world is lax--perhaps better said, uncooperative--in disclosing Equal Opportunity information regarding diversity in their workplaces. You'd think they had something to hide, eh?
A possible remedy? Shareholder resolutions forcing the brass to get with it. Here's a perfect pitch for "spreading the wealth," no?

Friday, November 07, 2008

Obama's transition team lists impressive women

From the Guardian online comes an impressive line-up of women in key roles in Obama's transition team. I'm anxious to see whom he picks to fill top cabinet posts. Guess we'll all be staying tuned.

Thursday, November 06, 2008

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Image thanks to Amsterdamize