D&I Weekly News Round Up: Gender Gap, Generation and more
Welcome to the latest edition of our Diversity & Inclusion News Round-Up. Today we are talking about the latest Women in the Workplace study, Intel promising to share their employee pay statistics, what it means to live with dwarfism and how the world of education is changing.
Lean In and McKinsey just released their fifth annual Women in the Workplace study. According to their findings (and contrary to common beliefs) women often fall behind men early in their career – which then obviously causes the gender gap and shortage of women in leadership roles later on. Very interesting article!
The first years of Generation Z are now at college age, and there seems to be a shift in how education is being consumed. While it was completely normal for older generations to invest in 4 years+ degrees, younger people seem to prefer on-demand education, coupled with work experience. Read more here.
Intel has been investing heavily in D&I programs for the last few years and confirmed that they have reached gender pay parity across the world and pay parity by ethnicity and race in the US. They have now announced that they will publicly share the employee pay data, which will hopefully result in other corporates doing the same.
In the US alone, there are over 90,000 people with dwarfism – and they often experience discrimination at school and in the workplace. Interesting video from Cara Reedy, sharing what it means to live with dwarfism.