Could Sheryl Sandberg Dress Like Mark Zuckerberg and Succeed?

Recently, a London receptionist made headlines when she challenged her temp company, which demanded that she wear two- to four-inch heels as part of a "formal dress code." If you're reading this in the U.S., and think something like that could never happen to you, think again: generally speaking, in most states it's legal for employers to impose one dress code on women and another on men, as long as it doesn't require more formal attire from one gender.

Dress codes are one thing, but even those of us who are lucky enough to work in places where the policy is something along the lines of, "Please don't come to work naked," can't escape the added pressure professional women face to look "groomed" – in other words, to wear makeup, to blow-dry their hair, and in many cases, yes, to wear high heels. In a recent column in The Huffington Post, Emily Peck invites us to consider, for example, the difference between the day-to-day attire of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Ask4More: 5 Salary Negotiation Tips for Working Women

Get your negotiation hats on, ladies, and let's narrow that gender wage gap together. Here are five tips to help you negotiate a fair and equal wage that you definitely deserve … unless, of course, you're satisfied with making roughly 20 percent less than a man for no good reason. Yeah, we didn't think so, either.

5 Reasons Why STEM Has a Woman Problem

How is it that science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) companies can find solutions for some of the world's most complex problems, but they can't seem to solve the gender bias issue that keeps women out of STEM careers? According to new research, it's because we, as a culture, don't know that there's even a problem – it's unconscious, and we're all to blame.

Working Dads Who Spend More Time With Their Kids Are Happier

Hey, working dads. Yeah, you! Do you want greater job satisfaction, a happier household, less bickering with your wife, and praise from your co-workers? Seem too good to be true? Well, a couple of new studies show that you actually can have your cake and eat it, too – you just have to spend more time with the kiddos. Read on to see what we mean.

NBA Asks Men to ‘Lean In Together’

The NBA, alongside the WNBA and LeanIn.org, recently released a new PSA. Featured big names, such as LeBron James and Dwayne Wade, speak about how they support the women in their lives. "When men lean in, everyone wins," the announcement declares.

Facebook and LinkedIn Team Up to Help Women in Tech

The two social network powerhouses, Facebook and LinkedIn, are joining forces to launch programs that will encourage more women to pursue degrees and careers in what has long been a man's world -- the world of tech. Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg (COO) and LinkedIn's Jeffrey Weiner (CEO) are launching mentoring and support programs at colleges to inspire more women to pursue tech-related education in hopes that they will, one day, fill the thousands of job availabilities in the heavily male-dominant tech industry.

If Leaning In Hurts, You May Be Doing It Wrong

It’s been almost a year (in fact it’s just a few days short of the one-year anniversary) since Sheryl Sandberg and Lean In inspired women to consider taking control of our careers and our lives. Unfortunately, some of us are leaning in so hard, we’re missing out on life. And we're not happy because of it.

Bye, Bye, Bad Stock Photography: Getty’s Lean In Collection to Show Empowered Women at Work

Forget women laughing alone with salad. The real stock photo crime against female empowerment is evident every time an editor searches for the phrase "working woman" and comes up with a homogeneous gallery of heteronormative women -- mostly white, middle class, and dressed for a day at Melanie Griffith's firm in Working Girl. But all that might be about to change, thanks to a collaboration between LeanIn.org and Getty Images.