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Let‘s go back a couple of decades and return to the halcyon days of the women’s movement. While the Equal Rights Amendment may have stalled, the momentum behind it changed a lot on American campuses and opened a lot of doors to professions that historically were men’s clubs. In 1971, only 9 percent of law school students were women. Over the next decade, that figure grew a remarkable 26 percent, to the point that one out of three students was a woman. And in medicine, the increase in the number of female physicians from 1970 to 1990 more than doubled. Today, a quarter of the American Medical Association’s membership is female. ...
One of the types of projects I get involved with in my career is HR needs assessments. These projects take a lot of different forms, and range from what is needed for a company’s first HR role to how the duties and responsibilities within a whole HR department should be delineated. In the process of undertaking these types of assessments, I get to meet a lot of different HR folks. I’ve learned that HR professionals come from a wide variety of backgrounds, training and prior careers. Some are very good at what they do, and others less so. I’ve learned a lot about ... Read More
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