Women’s Advancement
For Gender Bias Learning Project, see http://www.genderbiasbingo.com/ For New Girls’ Network products, see www.newgirlsnet.com General DOUBLE JEOPARDY? Gender Bias Against Women of Color in Science by Joan C. Williams, Katherine W. Phillips, Erika V. Hall, January 2015 Hacking Tech's Diversity Problem by Joan C. Williams, Harvard Business Review, October 2014 Sticking Women with the Office Housework by Joan C. Williams, Washington Post, April 16, 2014 Double Jeopardy? An Empirical Study With Implications for the Debates Over Implicit Bias and Intersectionality by Joan C. Williams, Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, March 2014 Women, Work and the Art of Gender Judo by Joan C. Williams, Washington Post, January 24, 2014 What Works for Women at Work: Four Patterns Working Women Need to Know, by Joan C. Williams and Rachel Dempsey, NYU Press, 2014 Who Wants to Work for a Woman? by Joan C. Williams, Harvard Business Review Blog Network, November 19, 2013 The Rise of Executive Feminism, by Joan C. Williams and Rachel W. Dempsey, Harvard Business Review Blog Network, March 28, 2013 In the legal profession Still Better on Balance? Work | Life Balance In-House, by Joan C. Williams, Penelope M. Huang, and Manar S. Morales, March 2012 New Millennium, Same Glass Ceiling? The Impact of Law Firm Compensation Systems of Women, by Joan C. Williams and Veta T. Richardson, July 2010. Solving the Part-Time Puzzle: The Law Firm's Guide to Balanced Hours, by Joan C. Williams and Cynthia Thomas Calvert, National Association for Law Placement, 2004 Flex Success: The Lawyer’s Guide to Balanced Hours, by Joan C. Williams and Cynthia Thomas Calvert, The Project for Attorney Retention, 2011 Balanced Hours: Effective Part-Time Programs for Washington Law Firms, by Joan C. Williams and Cynthia Thomas Calvert, August 2001 Better on Balance?  The Corporate Counsel Work/Life Report, by Joan C. Williams, Cynthia Thomas Calvert, and Holly Cohen Cooper, December 2003 Fair Measure: Toward Effective Attorney Evaluations, by Joan C. Williams and Consuelo A. Pinto, American Bar Association Commission on Women in the Profession, 2008 In academia A Half-Time Tenure Track Proposal, by Robert Drago and Joan C. Williams, November 2000
Family Responsibilities Discrimination
Protecting Family Caregivers from Employment Discrimination, by Joan C. Williams, Robin Devaux, Patricija Petrac and Lynn Feinberg, AARP Public Policy Institute, August 2012 Will Working Mothers Take Your Company to Court? by Joan C. Williams and Amy J.C. Cuddy, Harvard Business Review, September 2012 Not For Women Only: Recognizing and Preventing Family Responsibilities Discrimination, by Joan C. Williams and Margaret Hart Edwards, For The Defense: Employment and Labor Law , August 2012. Written Testimony of Joan C. Williams at the EEOC Meeting “Unlawful Discrimination Against Pregnant Workers and Workers with Caregiving Responsibilities.” February 15, 2012 Issue Brief: Poor, Pregnant, and Fired: Caregiver Discrimination Against Low-Wage Workers, June 2011 Issue Brief: Caregiver Discrimination Under Title VII, June 2011 Poor, Pregnant, and Fired: Caregiver Discrimination Against Low-Wage Workers, by Stephanie Bornstein, March 2011 Issue Brief: Discrimination in Mortgage Lending on the Basis of Pregnancy and Maternity Leave, Summer 2010 Family Responsibilities Discrimination: Litigation Update 2010, by Cynthia Calvert, March 2010 Caregivers as a Protected Class?: The Growth of State and Local Laws Prohibiting Family Responsibilities Discrimination, by Stephanie Bornstein and Robert J. Rathmell, December 2009 Policy Brief: Addressing Family Responsibilities Discrimination, by Stephanie Bornstein and Julie Weber, Sloan Work and Family Research Network, December 2008 The Evolution of “FReD”: Family Responsibilities Discrimination and Developments in the Law of Stereotyping and Implicit Bias, by Joan C. Williams and Stephanie Bornstein, Hastings Law Journal, Vol. 59 No. 6. June 2008. Symposium, Volume 59, Issue 6, Hastings Law Journal, June 2008 Family Responsibilities Discrimination & Public Agencies: No Employer Left Behind, California Public Employee Relations Journal, June 2008. The Effect of Hidden Gender Bias in the Workplace, by Joan C. Williams and Consuela Pinto, CXO, May 2008. Family Responsibilities Discrimination: The Next Frontier in Employment Discrimination Law, by Consuela Pinto, Illinois Public Employee Relations Report, Vol. 25, No. 1, 2008. Issue Brief: Litigating Flexibility, October 2007 Family Responsibilities Discrimination: Don’t Get Caught Off Guard, by Joan C. Williams and Consuela A. Pinto, The Labor Lawyer, American Bar Association, Summer 2007. “Law Firms as Defendants: Family Responsibilities Discrimination in Legal Workplaces,” by Joan C. Williams, Stephanie Bornstein, Diana Reddy & Betsy A. Williams, Pepperdine Law Review, Vol. 34, No. 2, 2007. Family Responsibilities Discrimination: What Everyone Needs to Know, by Joan C. Williams and Cynthia Thomas Calvert, National Association of Women Lawyers Journal , Vol. 91, No. 2, Winter 2006. The FMLA and A Work/Family Conflict of a Different Nature, by Consuela A. Pinto, Employment Discrimination Reporter, The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., P. 503, October 25, 2006. Caregivers in the Courtroom: The Growing Trend of Family Responsibilities Discrimination, by Joan C. Williams and Stephanie Bornstein, The Jack Pemberton Lecture Series, University of San Francisco of Law Review, Fall 2006. Issue Brief: Current Law Prohibits Discrimination Based on Family Responsibilities & Gender Stereotyping, Summer 2006 Family Responsibilities: New Twist on Gender Discrimination, by Joan C. Williams, Cynthia Thomas Calvert, and Consuela A. Pinto, ABA Labor and Employment Law Newsletter, Vol. 34, No. 4, Summer 2006. Litigating the Maternal Wall: U.S. Lawsuits Charging Discrimination against Workers with Family Responsibilities, by Mary Still, 2006 Beyond the Maternal Wall: Relief for Family Caregivers Who Are Discriminated Against on the Job, by Joan C. Williams and Nancy Segal, Harvard Women’s Law Journal, Spring 2003 The New Glass Ceiling: Mothers--and Fathers--Sue for Discrimination, by Joan C. Williams and Nancy Segal, November 2002
Work-Life
General Meet the New Face of Diversity: The "Slacker" Millennial Guy", by Joan C. Williams, Harvard Business Review Blog Network, October 14, 2013 Why Men Work So Many Hours, by Joan C. Williams, Harvard Business Review Blog Network, May 29, 2013 The Daddy Dilemma: Why Men Face a 'Flexibility Stigma' At Work, by Joan C. Williams, The Washington Post, February 2013 The Flexibility Stigma: Work Devotion vs. Family Devotion, by Joan C. Williams, Mary Blair-Loy and Jennifer Berdahl, Rotman Magazine, Winter 2013 Why Are Mothers and Fathers Still at a Disadvantage at Work?, by Joan C. Williams and Katherine Ullman, Role/Reboot, September 25, 2012. Family Well-Being Tied to Men's Work Lives, by Joan C. Williams and Anne-Marie Slaughter, The San Francisco Chronicle, September 11, 2012. The Three Faces of Work-Family Conflict, by the Center for WorkLife Law and the Center for American Progress, January 2010 Issue Brief: Exploring the Relationship Between Work-Life and Stress, October 2010 Reshaping the Work-Family Debate: Why Men and Class Matter, by Joan C. Williams (Harvard University Press, 2010) Unbending Gender: Why Work and Family Conflict and What to Do About It, by Joan C. Williams (Oxford University Press, 1999) For hourly workers Issue Brief: Improving Work-Life Fit in Hourly Jobs: An Underutilized Cost-Cutting Strategy in a Globalized World, February 2011 Issue Brief: Improving Work-Life Fit in Hourly Jobs for Union Workers, February 2011 Improving Work-Life Fit in Hourly Jobs: An Underutilized Cost-Cutting Strategy in a Globalized World, by Joan C. Williams and Penelope Huang, January 2011 One Sick Child Away From Being Fired: When "Opting Out" Is Not an Option, by Joan Williams, 2006 Issue Brief: Employers and European Flexible Working Rights: When the Floodgates Were Opened, by Ariane Hegewisch, Fall 2005 Work/Family Conflict, Union Style: Labor Arbitrations Involving Family Care, by Martin H. Malin, Maureen K. Milligan, Mary C. Still, and Joan C. Williams, June 2004 In the legal profession Still Better on Balance? Work| Life Balance In-House, by Joan C. Williams, Penelope M. Huang, and Manar S. Morales, March 2012 Flex Success: The Lawyer’s Guide to Balanced Hours, by Joan C. Williams and Cynthia Thomas Calvert, The Project for Attorney Retention, 2011 Solving the Part-Time Puzzle: The Law Firm's Guide to Balanced Hours, by Joan C. Williams and Cynthia Thomas Calvert, National Association for Law Placement, 2004 Better on Balance?  The Corporate Counsel Work/Life Report, by Joan C. Williams, Cynthia Thomas Calvert, and Holly Cohen Cooper, December 2003 Balanced Hours: Effective Part-Time Programs for Washington Law Firms, by Joan C. Williams and Cynthia Thomas Calvert, August 2001 In academia A Half-Time Tenure Track Proposal, by Robert Drago and Joan C. Williams, November 2000 Transnational Statutory Routes to Workplace Flexibility in Cross-National Perspective, by Ariane Hegewisch and Janet C. Gornick, Institute for Women's Policy Research and WorkLife Law, 2008 “Opt Out" or Pushed Out?: How the Press Covers Work/Family Conflict--the Untold Story of Why Women Leave the Workforce, by Joan C. Williams, Jessica Manvell, and Stephanie Bornstein, 2006 Employers and European Flexible Working Rights: When the Floodgates Were Opened, by Ariane Hegewisch, Fall 2005 Working time, discrimination and the law: the family responsive workplace in Europe and the United States, Conference Report, American University Washington College of Law and the Washington Office of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, March 21-22, 2005 Working Time for Working Families: Europe and the United States, Summary Report of the Conference on Working Time, American University Washington College of Law, the Washington Office of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, and the Hans Böckler Foundation, June 7-8, 2004.