A Study Used Sensors to Show That Men and Women Are Treated Differently at Work
Stephen Turban, Laura Freeman, Ben Waber | Harvard Business Review | 2017 
While it is widely “proven” that men and women receive different treatment in the workplace, many argue that, because this is widely based on self-reports and surveys, that it may be dismissed as speculation. In a new digital era, we are able to utilize technology to more precisely and concretely measure workplace interactions.

Investor Statement to Support the UN Women’s Empowerment Principles and Achieve Gender Equality
Mirova | 2019
Addresses the “quality gaps” that women face as well as the “glass ceiling” that ultimately looks over the furthermost of female careers. In support of the Women’s Empowerment Principles developed by UN Women and the UN Global Compact to help companies create and implement effective equality initiatives that benefit workers, management, society and shareholders.