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.
Posts Tagged: Women in Government
Hopefully you’re entering the new year with a renewed sense of hope and motivation to fight gender inequality in the workplace. But where do you start? The first step is easy. Get informed (or as the kids call it, “woke”) on where things stand between genders, what issues are top-of-mind, and how you can help…. Read more »
How exactly do you become more assertive without damaging your workplace reputation or falling off the leadership ladder? Follow these three tips!
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.
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 »
Clearly, sexual harassment is a problem across sectors. The one bright side? The increase in public harassment claims has also led many media outlets to cover the issue, offering tips, advice and scrutiny. Here are five articles particularly worth reading on the topic, all from this past month,
With the Emmy’s this past Sunday, Hollywood’s award season is underway. And in great news, more women and minorities took home the gold than ever before. But, what about Washington’s award season? How do we get more women and minorities recognized for their contributions to government? The answer is simple. Nominate them! The first step,… Read more »
Many articles make it seem as though there are problems inherent to women’s speech patterns, with no real way to win. Women in the workplace are either read as too timid and feminine, or unlikeable and aggressive.