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By Bryce Covert Jhana, an online resource with articles and tools for managers used by employees at Google, Groupon, Eventbrite, Modcloth, and Ask.com, published an article called “What if a male colleague gets the wrong idea?” to help women deal … Continue reading
Interesting presentation, considering she’s been extremely lucky by being employed by both Facebook and Google in her career. Some points are valid and others are not.
By Olga Khazan There was some relatively good news a few days ago that the European Union’s unemployment rate fell in June for the first time in more than two years — that is, until you consider that 10.9 percent … Continue reading
By Michaeleen Doucleff and Rhitu Chatterjee Thirty-five percent of women around the world have been raped or physically abused, according to statistics the World Health Organization released Thursday. About 80 percent of the time this violence occurs in the home, at the hands … Continue reading
Alasdair Thompson deserved to be fired for his comments. They were sexist (by his own admission), crude, and disrespectful. Women have many obstacles in the workplace and to attribute a woman’s lack of performance on natural processes is beyond belief. … Continue reading
Interesting commentary by Shaunie O’Neal. My view is that most of the portrayals of black women as well as men reinforce stereotypes, are one-dimensional, superficial, sensationalist, and are not attempting to portray anything different in fear of losing revenue & … Continue reading