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Celebrate Equal Pay Day, but don’t forget the wide gender salary disparities that still exist
HIMSS latest compensation survey found that females are paid 18 percent less than males for the same or similar work responsibilities.
Healthcare attorney says to fight back against implicit bias and the 'glass cliff'
Strasburger & Price's Corinne Smith opens up about the #MeToo movement, and the need to address other issues still plaguing women in the workforce.
Yes, the glass ceiling is real: Here's how these women in health IT leaders are breaking through
Executives from Wolters Kluwer, 4D Healthware and Femwell Group Health suggest finding mentors among women and men alike, breaking down stereotypes and surviving in the age of #MeToo and #TimesUp movements.
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