If you're a working woman, setting your own hours might be hurting you more than it's helping.
170 years is too long to wait for gender equality at work.
Similar to the choice of porridge in the Goldilocks fairy tale, initiatives to support women in science need to hit the right spot.
Also in this week's round-up of gender equality news - a woman is appointed chair of Saudi Arabia’s stock exchange.
Research suggests the number of start-ups with no women in executive positions or on the board is increasing.
March 20th marks the World Day of Social Justice. The point of the occasion is to recognize the need for fair access to resources and opportunities, and for societies to be rooted in huma...
Three female scientists share their own stories to explore how women can find success in science.
Also in this week's round-up of gender equality news: French women win in the boardroom and Saudi Arabia's first ever Women's Day.
Kathy Bloomgarden, CEO of Ruder Finn, explores success at work.
Lindsay Pattison, global CEO of Maxus, explores what's needed to get more women in leadership roles and the C-suite.
Diversity at work matters more than you think. These companies know that.
Also in our round-up of top articles from the past seven days: how computers can predict crime and why the universe might be a flat hologram.
Recent reports suggest that cancer rates in UK women are set to rise six times faster than in men over the next two decades.
Hillary Clinton says the future is female, but we've got a long way to go yet: only 62 countries have had women leaders in the past 50 years.
Legal changes in Russia mean victims of domestic abuse will no longer get the protection they need.