THE HR FAMOUS PODCAST: E6 – Pay Equity for Women: Soccer and Salesforce

Kris Dunn Compensation/Cash Money, Employment Law, Lawsuits, The HR Famous Podcast 0 Comments

In Episode 6 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Jessica Lee, Tim Sackett and Kris Dunn get together to talk discuss pay equity issues for women, focusing on the the recent court briefing filed by the US Soccer Federation that claimed the US Women’s National Team earns less than the Men’s National Team due to (among other things) “men having …

Wonder “WHOA Man”

Kathy Rapp Current Affairs, Diversity, EEO, Employment Law, HR, HR & Marketing, in the news, Kathy Rapp, Lawsuits, politics, Pop Culture, Women, Women in the Workplace

More than anything, I wanted a Barbie when I was little.  Santa thankfully came through the year I was 5 and I still have that very special Barbie 20 years later (ok – that was a lie, it’s more like 30). Or 40. Let’s just say it was a loooong time ago. My daughter has now inherited my Barbie collection …

women womansplaining

Womansplaining: Why Women Telling Guys How They Should Act Doesn’t Work

Tim Sackett Tim Sackett, Women in the Workplace

As you might imagine I get contacted about all kinds of HR and TA products and services. I recently got connected with a company called ywomen.biz, ran by ‘Gender Strategist’ Jeffrey Tobias Halter. (Tim note: I instantly don’t like people who use Jeffrey, instead of Jeff, and what’s up with “Tobias” in the middle? This isn’t a Divergent movie! But, …

The Corporate Uniform… Or, Are you Brave Enough to Wear the Same Thing Everyday?

Steve Boese Audacious Ideas, Culture, HR, Steve Boese

Steve Jobs. Mark Zuckerberg. President Obama. Karl Stefanovic. (Okay, I bet you have no idea who this guy is… hang in there, we will come back to him). What are these four gentlemen all famous for? Check that—a better question is this: What do these four gentlemen all have in common? Besides being extremely successful in their chosen fields of …

On #GIRLBOSS

Laurie Ruettimann Diversity, Laurie Ruettimann, Leadership, Pop Culture

We have three generations of “women leaders” in the workforce right now. The first wave is old school. They established businesses and made money while raising kids and managing households. Of the few women I know from this era, most of them are either dead or alcoholics. This is true. I love this generation. These crafty broads endured sexism and stupidity early …

She Shoots, She Scores: Becky Hammon and a 3-Point Play for Women In The Workplace

Guest: Nicole Plant Coaching, Current Affairs, Hiring Bias, HR, HR & Sports, in the news, Leadership, Millenial Voice

Sports is a man’s world. Do you know who won the last WNBA Final? Yeah, me either. What about how many major tennis championships Serena Williams has won? Crickets. Can you name anyone on the LPGA tour? Good luck. On August 5, Becky Hammon put another dent in the gender bias towards women when it comes to sports. Most women can’t …