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  • A site for scoping out sexist workplaces
  • A site for scoping out sexist workplaces
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A site for scoping out sexist workplaces

Tackling sexism in the workplace – constructively – can be tricky. Ursula Mead wanted to make it easier. So she founded InHerSight, a platform designed to help women rate workplaces for their female-friendly policies, and make employers more transparent and accountable. 

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