Of course you will admit when you’ve made a mistake at work. Or inadvertently hurt someone’s feelings. You will be accountable for your actions and own up to all you do and say, never minimizing harm or impact you may cause. But do you apologize too much? Are you over-apologizing? Fra
This summer you don’t have to plan an elaborate vacation abroad befitting an Instagram feed in order to reap the benefits of time off. A day off here and there away from the office will do; it’s also easy on your debit card. Instead of staycation, venture out for a daycation. Why? Bec
Courtney Love, Hilary Clinton, Madeleine Albright, Marcia Clark, Tonya Harding and The Spice Girls taught women as much about how to be as how not to be. In her new book, 90s Bitch: Media, Culture and the Failed Promise of Gender Equality, author and journalist Allison Yarrow shows ho
In recent weeks the slurs and vulgar language issued by TV celebrities Samantha Bee, Roseanne Barr, Joy Reid and Joy Behar have not only caused fallout, firings and backlash, but they raise a larger point beyond celebrities and comedy about the level of language most appropriate in le
Props to the women. During National Small Business Week, running until May 5, we can applaud the women entrepreneurs who own nearly half of all small businesses in this country, or 9.9 million of the 24.7 million small businesses, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. That is close to
Women in California –and around the country—face obstacles of bias, wage gaps and a lack of infrastructure when they are raising families, caring for aging family members and trying to advance in their careers. But there is a path to a fair future. These are the findings of the
Sorry, Cyndi Lauper, as it turns out, girls want more than just to have fun. And nearly 11,000 girls from across the country said so. In a new study that is a first of its kind, The Girls’ Index developed by the nonprofit Ruling Our eXperiences, Inc., many fifth to 12th grade girls re
We already know that companies with more women executives are more profitable. But these companies are also paying their female employees more fairly, according to a new analysis by Redfin and PayScale. The gender pay gap is half the size at tech companies with more women executives.
Sisters across the globe are doing it for themselves more often and more successfully, new research shows. Yet even though women entrepreneurs in North America have the highest level of innovation, fewer than half of U.S. women entrepreneurs report they have confidence in their capabi
In her latest critically acclaimed, bestselling book, Hunger, journalist, academic and social critic Roxane Gay writes soulfully about how her size is inextricably connected to her work in a very public way. “There is no hiding the truth of me. Often there is video, then my truth, my
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