"The CEO said the organization was indeed diverse, despite having only white women in its leadership positions."
"My boss told me I wouldn't be getting a promotion or pay raise that cycle. I asked for some feedback, and he said I lacked 'polish.' When I asked what that meant, he said, 'You know, your hair, and stuff.'"
The Equal Rights Amendment could have a "tremendous impact" on how women are treated under the law, experts say.
Neumann's former chief of staff says she faced offensive and retaliatory behavior over both of her pregnancies, and that the company "demeaned" employees who were women.
The stress of being treated differently than their colleagues doesn’t just hurt them—it hurts patient care.
"My husband Dane and I were devoted to our jobs. In return, we were treated atrociously by our co-workers and our bosses, simply because I am a woman."
"No one should have to choose between her job and the health of her pregnancy."
There's worse soon to come.
New research has found that professional women are held to higher ethical standards than their male colleagues, and when they break the rules they're more harshly punished.
Large companies can now obtain employee health information from big data companies, including when and if they've stopped filling their birth control prescriptions.