Omarosa Wants to Join the Lawsuit of a Woman Who Says Trump Forcibly Kissed and Underpaid Her
Omarosa — who led African American outreach for the campaign — alleges that she, too, was paid less than her male colleagues.
How Arbitration Clauses Silence Women Speaking Out About Harassment
Therese Lawless has filed lawsuits against Silicon Valley’s most powerful companies, often for gender discrimination. But a growing trend of arbitration clauses in contracts is effectively silencing many of the women she represents.
This Teen Was Fired from a Pizzeria for Asking for the Same Pay as Her Male Coworker
A single quarter might not seem like a lot of money for most, but for 17-year-old Jensen Walcott, the pocket change was indicative of a massive gender gap that still pervades much of the food industry and beyond.
Burger King's Parent Company Votes Not to Add Women to Its All-Male Board
A proposal to create a formal diversity policy aimed at increasing the number of women on RBI’s board was firmly rejected this week.