As the fall-out from allegations involving Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey has made clear, a new generation of workers demands equality, diversity and respect.
Wharton's Janice Bellace, Penn's Janice Madden and University of Iceland's Thorgerdur Einarsdottir discuss Iceland's new gender pay gap law.
Also in this week's round up: women in cryptocurrency and will panic buttons on India's mobile phones keep women safe?
Women's inequality is down to bias not behaviour, say researchers who eavesdropped on a multinational company for four months.
In Sweden parents are given more paid time off work than in any other country, and the allowance can be split 50-50 between parents.
New research explores the impact of the gig economy on gender discrimination in the work place.
An extra push is needed to take the feminist movement's gains out of the chatrooms and into our boardrooms. Here's how we go about it ringing the changes at every level of society.
According to new data, female students joining courses at US medical schools outnumber male students for the first time in history.
It may have seemed like another annus horribilis. But look a little deeper and there were wins in several fields, from work on an HIV vaccine to the recovery of hostages from Boko Haram.
A new method, dubbed the “small wins model,” is showing promise in reducing the kind of bias that leads to gender inequality within a company’s workforce.
Microsoft's announcement that it will allow employees to sue the company for sexual harassment has handed the #MeToo campaign an important victory.
Belgium has become the first country to send a female ambassador to Saudi Arabia.
Also in this week's round-up: #MeToo in Italy and equal pay for Norway’s male and female footballers.
New research from Pew Research Center evaluates the ongoing gender gap for working women.
This is the impact that increasing digital uptake can have on gender inclusion.