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We want a world where people of every gender can pursue their dreams without bias or other barriers holding them back. Where girls grow up to be confident, resilient leaders. Where more women run companies and countries. We are driven by the belief our society and economy would be better if women and girls were valued as equal to men and boys.
More than 50,000 women have started Lean In Circles in 184 countries, and new Circles are starting every day. Circles bring together women from all walks of life, from Latina immigrants to women in the U.S. military to so-called “leftover” women in China. In these small groups, women get and give peer mentorship, sharpen their skills, and have a place to be unapologetically ambitious.
Our Equal Pay Day campaigns take aim at the gender pay gap. Our annual Women in the Workplace study — the largest of its kind — highlights the barriers women face and includes data-driven recommendations for how companies can do better. Our Mentor Her initiative calls on men to mentor and sponsor women, which is critical for workplace equality. On vital issues like sexual harassment and paid family leave, we take a stand.
From research-backed tips for managers to an initiative with the NBA that calls on men to do their part, we give people the tools to push back against bias at work and at home. To challenge gender stereotypes in advertising and media, we curate a collection of more than 15,000 photographs of empowered girls and women in partnership with Getty Images.
Apprenticeship training will help you increase your future earnings potential & opportunities for you and your family! The Union Building & Construction Trades in Northeastern Wisconsin are providing many opportunities for individuals and students just graduating from high school looking for a career in the unions. We are here to help you get started with your apprenticeship.
As the United States works to rebuild our economy from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, Congress must be focused on getting Americans back to work. They should focus their efforts on creating and protecting reliable, good-paying, family-supporting jobs. Comprehensive new studies found quality job opportunities in oil and natural gas construction, and both union and non-union energy construction workers report that oil and natural gas jobs are better for them in both the short and long term.