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What Works for Women at Work – Answers to Common Questions – Showing Anger

What Works for Women at Work – Answers to Common Questions – Showing Anger

Men at my organization seem to get away with everything. One male executive is such a terror that his competent support staff has been quitting in droves, but he’s still one of the more respected people in our company. A female colleague recently took to task an associate who had made a very serious mistake, […]

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What We’re Reading

What We’re Reading

Three cheers for Nancy Pelosi and her colleagues in Congress, who rolled out their new economic agenda for women and families on Thursday! Children’s storybook characters “often inhabit a bygone, male breadwinner-female homemaker era.” Eager to appeal to women voters, male politicians are shooting campaign ads in their kitchens. The results? Mixed. Techies and attorneys, […]

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What Works for Women at Work: Answers to Common Questions – Flexibility

What Works for Women at Work: Answers to Common Questions – Flexibility

I’m fortunate to work at a company that offers flexible working arrangements, and since the birth of my first child, I’ve worked from home part-time. I’m still a committed employee producing high caliber work, but I’m being given less challenging assignments, and my supervisor no longer discusses the possibility of advancement with me. I really […]

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What Works for Women at Work: Answers to Common Questions – Sexist Remarks?

What Works for Women at Work: Answers to Common Questions – Sexist Remarks?

Some of my male colleagues frequently make sexist remarks about other women in the office. Their comments really offend me, and I don’t like keeping quiet. But I’m not sure of how to confront my colleagues without upsetting them and making the situation worse. How can I respond effectively? We hear you! The idea of […]

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