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What were the most useful articles and op-eds for women in government? We surveyed our data to discern the most-read GovFem articles of 2017.
How exactly do you become more assertive without damaging your workplace reputation or falling off the leadership ladder? Follow these three tips!
Unequal wage compensation, gender imbalances in senior positions, inflexible schedules and even active disparagement of women continue to affect organizations of every size and in every industry. But the positive news is that there are basic steps your agency can take to create a better workplace culture for women and improve female retention.
Don’t worry. If you’re like me and have a hard time making the cold open at cocktail hour, you can still expand your professional network.
Here's what we've heard in the past month about the prevalence and treatment of sexual harassment in the public sector.
During this Thanksgiving season, GovLoop is thankful for the many women who are currently breaking barriers to achieve intersectional gender equality. These inspiring women in government have paved the way for future generations of female politicians and public servants.
So, how can you tell if you’re treating another female coworker unfairly? Well, it’s not exactly easy to pinpoint micro aggressions, but it’s important to try, and GovFem is here to help.
“Success and likability are positively correlated for men and negatively correlated for women.” In other words, the higher a woman ascends on the corporate ladder, the less likeable she is perceived to be, while the opposite holds true for men.
Even as it seems that more and more women are speaking out against a culture that has long condoned or ignored sexual harassment, only a small fraction of women actually lodge a formal complaint. Many women have expressed fear of jeopardizing their careers, being accused of lying or facing social or professional retaliation should they... Read more »