Quiet Quitting — Much Ado About Nothing?

  By now you’ve heard the buzz term. But what is ‘quiet quitting’ and why is everyone talking about it? Popularized on TikTok by Gen Z, ‘quiet quitting’ is the idea that employees are opting to do just enough to meet their job requirements. As reported by Entrepreneur, the pandemic has shifted people’s relationships with…

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3 Must-Haves For Every Employee

The workplace is no longer just a place to work. Organizations need to evolve their approach and recognize employees as individuals with varying needs. Below are three must-haves for every employees to feel supported and happy to go to work every day. 1. A corporate culture that offers psychological…

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Women, make non-promotable tasks a non-starter

Non-promotable tasks. Thankless tasks. Dead-end work. Unrewarded work. NPTs. Whatever you call them, they should be non-starters for women at work. “The No Club” In the new book, “The No Club: Putting a Stop to Women’s Dead-End Work” by Linda Babcock, Brenda Peyser, Lise Vesterlund and Laurie Weingart, they…

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The Model Minority Myth

  Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, or AAPI Heritage Month for short, is observed in the United States during the month of May. Heritage months are periods within the year that are designated to celebrate the accomplishments of various ethnic and marginalized groups. And while Asian and Pacific Islanders have…

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Why Pay Transparency May Help Close The Gender Pay Gap

According to the National Women’s Law Center, when an employer asks job applicants what their salary expectations are without providing applicants any information about the pay for the position, women are the ones who lose out. They go on to explain that disclosing salary ranges levels the…

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How Women Saw Themselves Reflected in Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

Imagine being overqualified for a position only to have your interviewers question whether you should have been afforded the opportunity to interview in the first place?  That’s exactly what happened to the current nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, at the hands…

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Why We Should All Care About Caregiving

National Caregivers Day came—and went—with minimal pomp and circumstance. Absent were the perfectly curated posts and pageantry that dominate social media feeds on other honorific days. Perhaps, the day’s lack of visibility is indicative of the invisible labor performed by 53 million caregivers across the U.S. A shift in gender roles, intergenerational dynamics,…

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Paid Family Leave Left Waiting in the Wings…Again

President Biden signed a $1 Trillion infrastructure bill into law. As reported by CNBC, The package will put $550 billion in new funds into transportation, broadband and utilities to overhaul physical infrastructure, improvements that advocates have…

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