– The Washington Post
Over the past six months, the #MeToo movement has shined a bright light on pervasive harassment that women have experienced in the workplace at the hands of men over decades. Some male celebrities have come out as survivors of sexual misconduct. But overall, few men have spoken out about their day-to-day experiences of sexual harassment at work, though surveys and other data show it is not uncommon for them.
The NLRB Just Dealt A Major Blow To The Fight For $15. Now’s The Time To Take Stock Of The Campaign.
– In These Times
The labor-friendly In These Times examines Fight for $15’s campaign to date and the path ahead.
Bloomberg has released a new interactive tracker that allows you to compare CEO pay ratios for all public companies once they file their disclosures with the SEC.
Arjuna Capital managing partner Natasha Lamb has convinced 21 companies to commit to analyzing and closing their gender pay gaps. These include major players in tech (Apple, Intel, Microsoft), finance (J.P. Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Mastercard), and retail (Amazon, Nike, Starbucks). In honor of Equal Pay Day, Fortune sat down with the activist investor to talk about how-and why-she engages with companies on the issue of pay equity.