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Filed In: Legal and Finance
The controversial Hobby Lobby ruling has opened up a Pandora's Box of legal, social, and HR questions that lawyers and businesses will be grappling with in the coming years.
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Filed In: Your Career and Staffing & HR
Microsoft head Satya Nadella recently told a conference of women in tech that they should not ask for a raise. Instead, they should trust in "faith" and "karma."
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Human resources and customer care
Shannon McFayden, once named one of the "25 Most Powerful Women in Banking," shares her best advice for HR professionals and for all women in business.
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We profile three women immigrant entrepreneurs who found success in the United States despite the challenges they faced.
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gender gap
White men continue to make up the overwhelming majority of the tech workforce; these five organizations are on a mission to bridge the gender gap in tech.
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supermom
Are you trying to be supermom but still feel guilty you can't do everything? Kelly Walsh shares tips on how working moms can conquer such negative feelings.
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Tiger
In business, many women shy away from negotiation opportunities. Here are tips to consider when negotiating a change in job status or project opportunity.
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contentment
Filed In: Staffing & HR
You get to decide what having it all means. Give yourself permission to define your own having it all and live it. Don't worry about what anyone else says.
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Does Entrepreneur Barbie bring any substance to the table in showing kids what it means to be an entrepreneur?
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Business-Mom
A good entrepreneur, just like a good mother, won't be afraid of change. She'll embrace the mess and the chaos and know the key is to just keep moving forward.
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Susan Aflak
Learn what inspired entrepreneur Susan Aflak to take the wheel and launch her own business venture, a rolling "nail truck" in a pink Airstream trailer.
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When looking for ways to make our businesses more successful, what better place to turn for inspiration than to our own mothers?
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confident-woman
Once self-confidence goes out the window, it can be a slippery slope for women entrepreneurs. Deborah Sweeney offers fellow female business owners tips on how to keep cool and stay strong.
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office politics postcard
In a survey of women, most give "office politics" as their top challenge in the workplace. A recent report suggests women lean into the issue to come out ahead.
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Broken paper heart
Filed In: Your Career and Staffing & HR
Mindy Thomas shares her personal insight and offers advice on how to help your relationships survive the strain of running a business.
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Don't Wait Green Road Sign and Clouds
Filed In: Your Career and Staffing & HR
By not having a LinkedIn presence, you are automatically sending a message that you lack professional savvy in a technological world that demands it.
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work life balance concept
Filed In: Your Career and Staffing & HR
Maintaining a work-life balance is more of a challenge today than ever before, but these five steps will ensure you're able to keep your peace of mind from 9-5 and beyond.
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successful businesswoman
The path to equal gender representation on corporate boards is always an issue. However, ambitious and driven women are making it to the long table on the top floor.
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Now is the time to reflect on what worked during the past year, what didn’t, and how you can make the coming year better for your business.
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female manager
Women have made great strides in business leadership roles over the past two decades, but they still face challenges. Deborah Sweeney shares advice on how female managers should approach staff reviews.
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