Podcast - Are We There Yet? Women and Work: presented by Linda Betts & Barbara Dalton
The Are We There Yet? podcast series looks at the experiences and identities of women in modern day workplaces. Being female is still a crucial factor in determining the types of jobs we do, our pay levels, our promotional opportunities and our workplace confidence and satisfaction. Bringing unique insights and a sophisticated analysis to the topic, we discuss those things that women are often reluctant to articulate despite them having a profound effect on our workplace experiences and our sense of self. In bringing to light what is often perceived as an individual experience, the podcast aims to provide a space where women can share their experiences, ‘connect the dots’ and arm themselves with the tools required to navigate the occupational hazards of being female.
THE SHRIVER REPORT SNAPSHOT: AN INSIGHT INTO THE 21ST CENTURY MAN
Hart Research conducted an online survey of 818 adult men on behalf of the Shriver Report from April 10 to 13, 2015. The survey is nationally representative of the adult male population age 18 and older and comports with US Census data for that population. An online survey that is self-administered is particularly useful for a survey such as this that explores potentially controversial and sensitive topics such as attitudes about gender and sex.
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Malcolm Gladwell discusses tokens, pariahs, and pioneers - The New Yorker Festival
Why women pioneers sometimes become tokens and don't end up making a path for future women - he reflects on what the Julia Gillard experience may mean for Hilary Clinton