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Q&A with BlackRock’s Stephanie Epstein: BlackRock’s “Women in Focus” Initiative Targets Male Senior Leaders to Drive Change


Deloitte’s Predictability & Flexibility Initiative Pays Dividends in Work/Life Balance


This Father’s Day Give Your Daughter A Gift

Thomson Reuters sees the opportunity to invest in women as a larger part of its business strategy, adding that a more inclusive leadership team benefits the business and bottom line.


How can we achieve gender equality before 2095?

According to research cited in the UN HeforShe campaign, we probably won’t achieve gender equality in the workplace until 2095, literally a lifetime away. We want to achieve that sooner, both by striving to become a premier company for women in the information services industry, and by driving change on women’s rights issues outside our walls.


Can closing the gender pay gap improve the global economy?

Monique Villa, CEO, Thomson Reuters Foundation sheds light on the economic impact of gender inequality in the workplace and how the Foundation is working with corporations to stand up for women’s rights.


Impatient for change? Stand up for rights while sitting at your desk

Employee with voices around the world calling for women to be educated, paid and treated the same as men – it’s easy to feel frustrated and that slow progress is being made. According to McKinsey and LeanIn.org, it will take more than 100 years for women to reach economic equality...


The economic impact of gender equality (video interview by head of UN women)

Lakshmi Puri, Assistant Secretary-General and Deputy Executive Director of UN Women, in conversation with Patsy Doerr, Global Head of Corporate Responsibility at Thomson Reuters.


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THOMSON REUTERS DIVERSITY INDEX

The D&I index is designed to rank publicly listed companies based on a composite of metrics that define diverse and inclusive workplaces


What does an engineer look like?

The reason why technology needs more female role models. There still aren’t enough women attending the annual Davos summit, but some of the ones who make it are truly inspirational.


Companies with women board members may have an edge in performance and stock price

"Mining the Metrics of Board Diversity" analyzes the effect of women on corporate boards