How exactly do you become more assertive without damaging your workplace reputation or falling off the leadership ladder? Follow these three tips!
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Ready to start the new year by building up other women? Check out these ways you can proactively support the ladies around you.
Multiple studies show that women are far more often requested to do administrative and social tasks at the workplace. While is unequally distribution of tasks may seem like a mild annoyance, it actually can play a big role in continuing workplace gender inequality.
The holidays are great for lounging around and enjoying a hot drink and a good read. Not sure what to dive into? Check out our five favorite articles from this month about women in the workforce.
Being called bossy ¬– or worse – is nothing new for women in positions of authority. So what are we going to do about it? For better or worse, it’s up to every “bossy” lady out there to reframe female authority. Here’s four tips to do that.
For those who are a bit tired of fighting the good fight – whether it’s on women’s issues or any other cause – here are a few tips to keep yourself motivated:
It’s easy to be distracted by changes, especially the unexpected ones. But don’t forget that there are persistent issues that we’re still trying to tackle in government. This month’s reading list focuses on those constant concerns (mostly).
As a dedicated employee, and a fighter for equality, positively addressing sexist comments is one of the most important things you can do, no matter how awkward it may be.
Don’t let an overly specific posting deter you from the job you want. You’re smart, dedicated, and talented, and you can easily learn how to better read job descriptions, because probably, you deserve that position.
Check out our comprehensive list of every new woman to the House and Senate and learn why they are so awesome.