It’s Important to “Refresh” Your Power of Attorney

  A Power of Attorney document is a legal form that enables an individual (called “the principal”) –in this case,  YOU– to appoint someone you choose (called “the agent”) to act on your behalf. The legal instrument can give authorization to act in property, financial or other legal matters and may be limited or broad in authority. This document is

Slowly, More Women Gain Seats On Boards of Directors

NY Times editors reported on a study by the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) which found that “women held (only)16 percent of the board seats at S & P 1500 companies in 2014.” According to the GAO’s calculations, “even if every single future board seat vacancy” were to be filled with women, it would still

Equal Pay Progress for Women

In June 2016, more than 28 Companies signed the White House Equal Pay Pledge, which commits them to take action within their organizations by conducting an annual company-wide gender pay analysis across occupations, reviewing their hiring and promotion processes, embedding equal pay efforts into broader enterprise-wide equity initiatives, and identifying and promoting other best practices that