#GAReads | Businesses promise to interview at least one woman for top-level jobs
There are no women on the 11-member executive team that leads Overstock.com, a Utah-based online store that sells designer brands and home goods.
On its board, a woman serves as chair. There are several women on its vice presidential team. But there are no women at the senior vice president level and above.
In a step toward changing that gender imbalance, Overstock.com has joined at least 27 other Utah-based companies in signing the ParityPledge — a vow to interview at least one qualified woman for all openings at the vice president level and higher, including the board of directors.