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Kaur Rashmeet
Entrepreneur . Writer. Mechanical Engineer. Automobile Enthusiast. Feminist. Passionate Dancer and Swimmer. Wannabe photographer.
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Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Lean In Oct 22
Forty years after the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, it's still legal for employers to refuse to accommodate pregnant women under many circumstances. For expecting women in physically strenuous jobs, the consequences can be devastating.
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Rachel Thomas Oct 22
Getting ready to release the fourth Women in the Workplace report with the brilliant at . Lots of eye-opening findings to share with you tomorrow—stay tuned!
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Lean In India Oct 23
There needs to be a whole lot more . Companies need to be accountable for developing, , n women. They have to become accountable for hiring more women so that the pipeline is full...
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Lean In Oct 23
Companies report they are highly committed to gender diversity, but women remain seriously underrepresented at every level. It’s even worse for women of color. Progress hasn't slowed—it's stalled.
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Rachel Thomas Oct 23
Every year, companies say they're committed to gender diversity, yet women continue to be underrepresented at every level. It's even worse for women of color. This year's Women in the Workplace report finds that progress hasn’t slowed — it’s stalled.
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Rachel Thomas Oct 23
Replying to @McKinsey
Women in the Workplace is our annual study with about women's experiences in corporate America — the largest of its kind. This year's participants: 279 companies employing 13 million+ people.
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Rachel Thomas Oct 23
Replying to @RachelSThomas
Some key findings from Women in the Workplace 2018:
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Rachel Thomas Oct 23
Replying to @RachelSThomas
A key takeaway: Companies need to close gender gaps in hiring and promotions, particularly at the critical step up to manager. Women are particularly disadvantaged here — men end up holding 62% of manager positions, women hold just 38%.
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Rachel Thomas Oct 23
Replying to @RachelSThomas
it’s also time to take bolder steps to create respectful and inclusive workplaces. Everyday discrimination and sexual harassment have no place in today’s workplace.
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Rachel Thomas Oct 23
Replying to @RachelSThomas
Women are leaning in. Companies need to do the same and treat gender diversity as the business priority it is.
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Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Lean In Oct 23
Women have earned more bachelor’s degrees than men for decades. We’re asking for promotions and negotiating salaries at the same rates as men. And we’re staying in the workforce at the same rate as men. And yet …
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Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Lean In India Nov 7
And very proudly we schedule yet another webinar by Wies Bratby ❤️ Block your calendar. 10 th November, 2018 2:30 to 4:00 PM Exclusively on Zoom! Register here -
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Lean In India Oct 11
We are super excited to invite u all to our 2nd on 27th October, from 2:00 to 5:00 PM at , Nehru Place, Delhi. Topic- "How can Women for better ?" Email at rashmeet@leaninindia.com or fill the form-
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Billie Jean King Oct 11
At work. At home. At school. In the C Suite. In government. In every corner of the globe. Equality for all.
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MAKERS Oct 11
"I talk about my roots and how a little girl from the South Side of Chicago found her voice and developed the strength to use it to empower others." 🙌 continues to use her platform to inspire change around the world.
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Lean In India Oct 11
Girls 👭 You can do anything in the world you set your heart and mind to it. You are shapers of the World. 🌍 Dream Big and then work towards making your dream a reality.
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MAKERS Oct 12
Replying to @MAKERSwomen
1. 24-year-old Nadia Murad made headlines for winning the Nobel Peace Prize—the first Iraqi to do so. This week she announced she's donating all $500,000 of her award money to her fellow survivors of violence.
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MAKERS Oct 12
Replying to @MAKERSwomen
2. Taylor Swift made a bold political endorsement & called on her 112 million followers to raise their voices in politics. "So many intelligent, thoughtful, self-possessed people have turned 18 in the past two years and now have the right and privilege to make their vote count."
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MAKERS Oct 12
Replying to @girlsalliance
5. Michelle Obama (let's be honest she makes our week every week)—the former first lady launched to support girls organizations around the world. 💕 "When you educate a girl, you educate a family, a community, a country."
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Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Lean In Oct 15
All girls deserve to grow up safe, respected and valued. Period.
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