#equalityintheworkplace #genderequality #genderinequality #solutionsforgenderinequality The economic outlook of my home state, Colorado, was downgraded in 2018 due to lack of access to skilled labor. Colorado isn’t alone. The US as a whole is facing a workforce shortage of 5 million workers, and if you examine this situation on a global level, you’ll find the labor force shortage jumps to 40 million workers. The system is broken, and employers need new solutions to better tap
#genderequity #publicpolicy #genderbudgeting #governmentbudgeting #genderequality #government #economics Gender issues belong at the heart of our government’s policies, and yet visit a campaign or legislative website and you’ll likely find a section dedicated specifically to “Women’s Issues.” Certainly these sections serve a purpose: to call out individual policy proposals and actions on behalf of women. While the intentions behind them are noble, this is a misguided approach
#womensrights #genderequality #glasscliff #glassceiling #goldenskirt It’s July 13th, 2016 and the United Kingdom is in a period of turmoil and uncertainty. The British Pound is at a 30 year low and there are fears of a looming recession in the UK. It’s less than three weeks after the heated Brexit vote and Theresa May is appointed as the next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. In 2016, May became the second female Prime Minister to lead the United Kingdom. (Margaret Thatch
#genderequality #hashtag #hashtaghistory #solutionstogenderinequality Hashtags and gender equity aren’t about either. They’re really about having a voice. Sexual harassment, assault, bias…none of these are new. What is new is our access to information and our access to each other. For folks who have survived harassment, assault, bias, or all three (myself included) hashtags give us a way to stand up, speak out, and connect with each other. We were once living in a world where
#womeningovernment #womeninpolitics #publicpolicy #genderequality #government In the United States, 2018 is set to be the largest in history for female political candidates, with over 500 women expected to run for US House, Senate, and gubernatorial offices.
Given the fact that statistics show that gender equity has positive economic outcomes for all and that increasing the presence of women in politics is correlated to wider economic impact, focusing on gender equity in poli