While we’re big fans of saying “Why Not?” at I Want Her Job, we also realize that with all we balance on our plates, we also have to learn how to say no.
Some ladies are ecstatic at the prospect of having adult conversations again. For others, just the thought of being away from baby for eight hours brings them to tears.
Imagine five months of paid maternity leave. We’ll let that sink in for a moment: five months of leave postpartum, paid. Would that help you return to work after having a baby?
My first post-graduate, “I’m a big girl” job offer came after nearly six months of unemployment. During my two years as an MBA, I’d spent a few nights every week moonlighting as a bartender.
So, you want to work at a technology giant like Microsoft? Find out what it takes to stand out amongst a mass of other highly-qualified candidates.
There’s a brand new way to invest in women — literally. About two weeks ago, Barclays British multinational bank began offering customers the opportunity to invest in companies with female leadership.
There are times in life when you meet a woman who just gets it. She speaks with conviction, has a presence that could rival Queen Bey and candidly rattles off her successes and failures.
We all have those people in the office. They’re naysayers. You go to that person with an idea and she says no. Some of us even work at companies where that mindset is baked into the culture.
We found ourselves tweeting like mad women at this spring’s National Association of Professional Women conference, capturing as many pearls of wisdom as we could. Find out what we learned here.
We’re not all Victoria’s Secret models and that’s not exactly a newsflash. However, there are many ways any woman can create a polished, stylish look that still showcases her personality at work