2. In April, led by CEO, Marc Benioff, Salesforceannounces a compensation audit to make sure men and women at the company are paid equally and fairly for their work. This results in a $3 million adjustment to female employees over the year.
4. By July, Google and other tech companies following its example saw the one year anniversary of an initiative to release employee diversity data. While the industry revealed modest progress in 2015, many pledged to try harder and we are encouraged by these companies' continued commitment to transparency.
8. In September, everyone talks about McKinsey's study of what ~30,000 employees at 118 companies say about the state of gender equality in the workforce. There findings are sobering, but what isn't measured is unlikely to change.