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Averting the Motherhood Penalty

Many employers assume that working mothers are less committed to their jobs. A new study shows how working moms can counter that bias in the workplace. ... More>

Appearances Really Count When Rising to the Top

Work groups don’t always place the most competent person in charge. Rather, leadership is often determined by timing and perceptions. ... More>

Rethinking Bias in the Workplace

Howard Ross is a frequent flyer, and a few years back he conducted this simple experiment. He went through airport security one hundred times, and on half of those occasions […]... More>