From Target and Macy's to Yelp and Spotify, PSFK has identified the companies making strides for women through innovative programs, resources and advocacy

In many ways, women find themselves disadvantaged in the workplace, with fewer opportunities for mentorship, promotions and raises than their male peers. A 2018 study by researchers at Harvard Business School and Stanford reported that gender discrimination is often based on factors other than gender, meaning that even employers who mean well often decide against hiring women based on outside forces.

It's no secret that there's still work to be done for women in the workforce. These 13 companies are aiming to close the gap between men and women at work, proving that action and advocacy by the corporate world can make a huge difference for women everywhere.

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