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Equal pay for equal work. The same opportunities for women as men. A fair and welcoming workplace. Gender equality has made great strides around the world, but surprisingly, in the United States, the growth in female leadership has stalled, pay disparity persists, work life accommodations are few, and traditional stereotypes remain.
To change these practices, we must balance the scales. Knowledge and education are first steps in changing perceptions and creating real and lasting impact in hiring practices, salaries, benefits, advancement, and importantly, organization culture.
Women comprise the majority of senior leadership at Arizona State University’s W. P. Carey School of Business, including Dean Amy Hillman. Our leadership and faculty members serve as progressive role models and mentors to our students. They inspire in the classroom, innovate in their fields, and invigorate our community. And our school is renowned for its research in areas like leadership, teams, performance management, and strategy.
Discover the role we all play in creating gender equality in the workplace. Explore the research. Educate yourself on how far we've come, and how far we still have to go by watching this video produced by the W. P. Carey School of Business. It features students, faculty members and staff, and representatives of corporations and other organizations — all fighting to balance the scales.
We all can make a difference. Determine what actions you can take to foster gender diversity and acceptance to improve work opportunities, business performance, income parity, and your own career.
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