Even if you’re not a journalist on the Hill beat, you may very well find yourself in a situation where you just aren’t sure what’s considered “appropriate”. So how do you figure out what to wear? We suggest these three tips that can help you determine for yourself what’s best to wear at the office.
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Office friends can provide you with support, advice and a few laughs when the going gets tough. However, if you’re a lady in the workforce there are explicit benefits to befriending another woman in the office.
Check out this list of GovFem’s favorite books. They’re all about women in the workplace, including what we can do to promote ourselves, how we can confront sexism, and how to climb the career ladder.
If you made it to the top of the career ladder and you’re more nervous than excited, you’re not alone. To help you combat your self-doubt, we compiled a few tips from successful female leaders that will make you more confident in your leadership.
The gender hiring gap proves that some are not convinced of the value female applicants can bring to an organization. If you’re trying to convince your leadership to increase female representation, here are a few reasons your organization should hire more women.
Federal CIO Suzette Kent and women IT leaders from across government shared their personal journeys, how they find balance and career lessons.
I subscribe to a ton of newsletters that aggregate the best of the internet and deliver it to my inbox. It saves me a ton of time and keeps me up-to-date on the latest. Want to be equally informed about gender issues and women in the workplace? Check out my favorite newsletters.
At a recent luncheon in Arlington, Virginia, an all-female panel gave perspective and advice to younger women in the audience.
Women’s history month is finally here! And many of us are wondering what we can do to raise awareness of women’s issues and show appreciation for the awesome women in our workplaces. If you’re still stumped, here are a few ways to celebrate this March and beyond.
Last week, we discussed the benefits of advocating for yourself at work and how to prepare yourself for the big ask. Say you were prepared and confident going in to the meeting, but your ask was still rejected. What do you do next? Here’s how to push forward.