At the end of each month, we turn the spotlight onto other voices in the HR and TA community. March was especially important, as it was Women’s History Month.
As such, we put together a list of the 10 best reads from this month that educate and inform readers about how to uplift women in the workforce. Highlights from this month include:
- Getting women leaders' voices heard
- Challenging leadership inequality
- A timeline of women’s history
Check out all that and more below!
Brittany K. King lays out the current state of women in the workplace for Lorman, using data and testimonials from female business leaders to support her ideas.
For People Matters, Jodi Wehling outlines why Women’s History Month is important, which includes a rebuttal against a common criticism of the month’s existence.
Adrienne Lo pens useful advice about how women leaders can get their voices heard at work on the Fairygodboss blog.
The Evil HR Lady pushes for age to be included in diversity & inclusion initiatives.
Curious about multigenerational workforces and how later retirement ages are shaping the workforce? Check out Andrea Boatman’s comprehensive post on Digital HR Tech.
Sharlyn Lauby, the HR Bartender, shares an informative post about when and how to tell your employer you’re pregnant.
For the HR Zone, Agata Nowakowska describes three priorities for challenging leadership inequality.
Meghan M. Biro talks with Kate Bischoff about the unfortunate reality of women leaving the workplace during COVID-19 in this interesting article and podcast.
On HR Exchange Network, Mason Stevenson provides a backbone of information about women’s history month, including an interactive timeline of women’s history.
Until next month…
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