Tagged With Women

Job adverts that offer flexible hours could bring in 20% more women applicants, a new study commissioned by the UK government suggests


Insider's 'Forge Your Path' event highlighted extraordinary women who have faced bias, injury, and illness on their way to success


Women and people of colour make up the majority of the Biden transition team



The UK's Royal National Institute of Blind People has created the first accessible pregnancy test for visually impaired women


Lindsey Graham says women 'have a place in America' and 'can go anywhere' if they are against abortion


Some working mothers have been more productive during the pandemic. It's because their partners started pitching in at home.



Adore Beauty is one of a handful of women-led companies that recently listed on the ASX, with a value of over $600 million. Here's who else to look out for.


Thousands of women in Poland march to protest ban on almost all abortions


About 4 times as many women than men reported they were unemployed last month


Southwest Airlines apologised to a woman who was blocked from boarding a flight because of her black halter top


A new hotel in DC features a Ruth Bader Ginsburg portrait made from 20,000 hand-painted tampons — and that's not even the wildest design


Des Moines Register reporter Andrea Sahouri is among at least 109 journalists arrested during US anti-racism protests this year



Nearly 650,000 more women than men dropped out of the job market in September


Meet the millennial entrepreneur who just scored a $1 million investment for her inclusive 'Black Girl Sunscreen' brand


The pandemic could undo years of gains for women in the workforce, a new study finds


61 years after RBG graduated from law school, the gender bias she faced is less obvious — but just as prevalent



Women all over the world are mourning Ruth Bader Ginsburg


We need more women in the C-suite. It won't happen on its own.


The most famous female politician from every US state


Women are more likely than men to say their lives have changed because of the pandemic