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International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated on March 8 every year to applaud the extraordinary achievements and accomplishments of women in every sphere of life. Although much progress has been made since IWD was first celebrated in 1911, there is still work to do—and HR professionals play a vital role. 

March 7, 2020



With all of the focus on the new overtime rules, a major event could be forgotten. One year ago last night we said good bye to Mad Men.  For some, it was just a television show.  Allow them their blissful naivety.  A lot has happened to our friends in the last year with career and life lessons for all of us. So let’s leave the real world for just a moment:

May 23, 2016

In Focus: What's Really Holding Women Back at Work?

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September 30, 2015

Many women may cringe at the mere thought of office politics, but experts say businesswomen who aspire to executive posts avoid workplace dynamics at their own career peril.

In surveys and interviews from 2013 with more than 270 female managers from major corporations, women’s coaching firm Flynn Heath Holt Leadership of Charlotte, N.C., found that the managers repeatedly mentioned office politics as one aspect of business meetings that they disliked.

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June 9, 2014

Recently the U.S. Senate blocked the Paycheck Fairness Act for the third time and denied open debate of the bill. With Congressional and presidential approval of this initiative, men and women would have been entitled to equal pay for equal performance in the workplace.

As it stands, it’s going to take more than an act of Congress to make equality in the workplace happen. The challenge is much bigger than pay alone.

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May 28, 2014