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Board Seats and #MeToo As the #MeToo movement continues to expose sexual harassment and assault, in multiple industries, corporate board members and executives must consider how to handle increased public scrutiny and changing business and social values. Read More! What #MeToo Means for Corporate Boards #MeToo and related social movements have begun to shift the […]

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What Works: Gender Equality by Design

What Works is a thoroughly researched, compelling work that addresses questions that have become increasingly compelling and important as companies of all sizes consider how to address gender equality in the workplace. Bohnet walks the reader through multiple aspects of the situation from research, long-held assumptions, to the techniques that just seem to work. Her […]

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Women in the Boardroom

While women are becoming more equitably represented in the workforce, particularly in coveted management positions, the percentage of women in board seats lags behind. According to 2016 data by the Catalyst Research Center (CRC), women make up only 19.9% of board seats in S&P 500 companies. This statistic is even more shocking given that most […]

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Filing Your Taxes as a Board Director

Filing Your Taxes as a Board Director As a director, your fees are not considered employee wages or a salary (W-2). Instead, the IRS considers you to be an independent contractor and your income is reported on Form 1099-MISC in Box 7 (Nonemployee Compensation) and this is what you will use when you file your […]

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