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Statewide Survey of Employees Show Women Less Likely Than Men to Feel Both Genders Are Treated Equally at Work

While responses to certain questions showed progress in the workplace, 30% of women said women have fewer opportunities than men. See the NJ State of Diversity survey results.

What’s in a Name Fuels Image

Don’t be surprised if more companies and events connected with fossil fuels revisit their branding, as “climate change” takes on a second meaning beyond the weather, as in business climate change.

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There’s a lot of noise in the world.
Here is some news that cuts through it.

What’s in a Name Fuels Image

Don’t be surprised if more companies and events connected with fossil fuels revisit their branding, as “climate change” takes on a second meaning beyond the weather, as in business climate change.

Better NJ Health Policy and Practices Starts With Community Conversations

What do finding a good job with fair pay, having quality schools where you live, an affordable place to live, and a safe neighborhood have in common? They’re all essential pieces needed to build a Culture of Health, where everyone has a fair and just opportunity to live a healthier life.

Statewide Survey of Employees Show Women Less Likely Than Men to Feel Both Genders Are Treated Equally at Work

“Our fourth consecutive New Jersey State of Diversity survey makes clear that the perceptions of men and women differ on important measures of equality. Our polling aims to raise awareness about a number of these sensitive trends so that employers and employees can work together to keep striving toward less bias and more equality.”

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