A new report by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency is singing a familiar tune: Women are paid less than men in all levels of management in industries across the board. But why is that? Is it because we women simply go for lower paying roles?Read Full Story
Ever feel compelled to just lend a hand around the office, whether it's planning someone's birthday or helping to train interns? Are you always the one getting people coffee in meetings, even if there are several men in the room who are more than capable of doing it themselves? Then perhaps you too are succumbing to the gender stereotypes still plaguing the workforce today. Despite the progress women are making in this world, these preconceived notions continue to keep them in check.Read Full Story
Another day, another lesson in how to be an adult in the world. Unfortunately this particular lesson ended with a teen losing her job over an offensive tweet, but sometimes tough love is the only kind that has an impact. I bet Twitter user Cella will think twice every time she tweets now. Or at least come up with some more interesting emojis.Read Full Story
With the constant demands of work, motherhood and everything in between, pursuing your passion can seem like a hefty feat, but it's possible. We caught up with a few inspiring Experts and bloggers to find out how they did it.Read Full Story
"There is no downside to pursuing your passion," says SheKnows Pop Culture ExpertCooper Lawrence. "There is only a downside to not pursuing your passion."Read Full Story
I know I've definitely thought this about cable service customer representatives, and they've probably thought the same about me, but who would actually put it in writing? Apparently someone at Comcast, because that's just what happened to Ricardo Brown of Spokane, Washington, after he called them to complain about a bill. On the next monthly statement the couple received, Ricardo's name had been changed to A**hole Brown. Seriously. Real clever retaliation, Comcast!Read Full Story
Did you ever see that show Lie to Me? It was all about a guy who could tell you were lying by subtle clues in your facial expressions and other mannerisms. That guy must've been a real pain to work for, but his employees probably knew all about these common language faux pas that liars make.Read Full Story
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