Here at theglasshammer.com we celebrate diversity and differences all year long but give extra focus in certain months to certain themes.
June is Pride Month in many countries in the world, with NYC hosting World Pride this year. This coincides with the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising which is the place where civil rights for LGBTQ Americans began.
The bad news is that fifty years later, someone can be legally fired from a job, because a manager or business owner doesn’t approve of the person’s sexual orientation or gender identity, in a majority of US states.
Here at theglasshammer.com we are always looking for great people to profile.Over 12 years we have profiled nearly 1,000 women! We have certainly honored our mission of telling people's stories and continue to do so...
In honor of Women’s History Month, it’s important we take the time to celebrate our accomplishments and the progress we have made as working women but also to reflect on the work that lies ahead so women in all professions, particularly in the legal field and others that are traditionally male dominated, can achieve gender parity and equity – especially at the leadership and partnership levels.
Celebrations and recognition of women and women specific issues are being highlighted today around the world and inside corporate offices. Celebrating and making people aware of amazing women and their accomplishments is excellent. Shredding light on social, economic or cultural issues that do not get enough attention is also great.
It is Women's History Month and International Women's Day this week (Friday 8th March, 2019) so tune in for hard hitting editorial on women's advancement at work, like we do the other fifty weeks of the year also.