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News to Chew On: Link Love for Lunch

Posted by YWM on June 24, 2011

Getting women to the top is still an up hill battle [MSNBC]

Non profit gender gap spurs project [Post Gazette]

Top 100 websites for women [Forbes]

Female trade workers run special safety risks [Womens eNews]

Women dominated fields should be women led [SignOnSanDiego]

Gen X women put careers before having children [Fox LA]

Philly approves sick-leave bill [Philly.com]

Dads under more pressure at work and at home [Fortune]

Younger women desert female candidates [US News]

Do women ask for what they need? Often not. [PsychCentral]

Woman home builder deals with hard times [NPR]

Inside the world of female web moguls [Fortune]

Are women partially at fault for wage gap?  Need to ask for more [Forbes]

Between mothers and daughters it is still a man’s world [Huffington Post]

Study finds that in the workplace women are often held to different standard than men [US News]

Is LinkIn a gender equalizer? [Fast Company]

Mika Brzezinski Talks about Her Battle for Equal Pay At MSNBC [Mediaite.com]

Women need mentors at work [Huffington Post]

More women are in combat [New York Times]

Female soldier of the year reflects on her last 8 months [Ledger]

VA addresses growing demands of women vets needing care [Star Telegram]

Walmart women vow to continue fight in lower courts [Bloomberg]

Walmart ruling set back for workers [Time]

Walmart needs to work harder to advance women [Newsok]

Walmart decision inspires reintroduction of Equal Rights Amendment [Ms Magazine]

How one woman won a $2 million discrimination suit against Walmart [Huffinton Post]

Ending bias over flextime works: judging quantity of quality [Glass Hammer]

Apache 8: A documentary on a team of women firefighters [NativeTelecom] [NPR]

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One Response to “News to Chew On: Link Love for Lunch”

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