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How many women are in your C-suite? Of course, it’s disappointing that there aren’t more women in top spots in most companies, but we do have some good news. In 2018, the number of vacated spots taken up by women upped to 22% in 2018, according to a Challenger, Gray & Christmas report. (That number […]
Has the #MeToo movement changed the way you lead? Most likely you know someone who has been sexually harassed. But do you really know what they go through –the emotional toll it takes – and know what to do to fix the situation? Since #MeToo began, we’ve seen a lot of famous women come forward […]
With year-end deadlines, annual strategic planning and the holiday season thrown in, it’s the most stressful time of the year. And if your people were already stressed it might turn into full-on burnout. Employee burnout can cause irreversible damage to your employees and to your entire team. In fact, 95% of HR professionals blame the loss […]
Think about this … Someone on your team comes to you with a sexual harassment complaint. Do you know how to handle it? Most women leaders get it. Many have either been sexual harassed themselves or know women who have been. In fact, almost half of working women say they’ve been harassed at their job, […]
Want to retain your best and brightest? There’s one specific thing that makes employees stay put: Being shown respect. That’s according to employee happiness research firm TINYpulse. A third (32%) of employees are less likely to quit if they feel respected. There’s a direct correlation between making people feel appreciated and valued and their sticking around, […]
For a woman in leadership, International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8 is a day that belongs to you. It is a day to celebrate all that you’ve accomplished.
Most of us have a love-hate relationship with our smartphones: Being able to stay connected is critical for both our work and home lives … until you realize you just lost 45 minutes of your time mindlessly scrolling!
Sun, fun … then back to your desk. Amazing how quickly that vacation high ends when you return to work!
Want a way to close the pay gap in your own company? Pay transparency is one way. Yes, it can certainly pit employees against each other, but it could also be the answer to closing the pay gap between men and women. Citigroup, the fourth largest bank, just revealed that women earn 29% less than […]
Think for a minute: Who were the mentors you’ve had as you’ve progressed in your career? Chances are a large proportion of them were other women. Maybe all of them were.
Good news for women everywhere just came out of a federal appeals court: Having a “grade and step” pay system doesn’t preclude an equal pay claim. (more…)
Imagine if you had a network of women leaders all across the country that you could tap anytime you wanted to find out what’s working for them. With our new feature, Worked for Her, you can. In our most recent installment Carol Milkman, Office Manager for the City of Staunton in Virginia shares how she cools things off when tempers flare.