• Workplace cultures that fill you with envy

    Workplace cultures that fill you with envy

    | August 4, 2012 | Comments (0)

    Although creating a community atmosphere costs in terms of effort and planning, it remains an important tool to stem attrition rates. Salary alone isn’t always the deciding factor when employees contemplate jumping ship.

  • So we’re the richer sex. Now what?

    So we’re the richer sex. Now what?

    | July 28, 2012 | Comments (0)

    Who earns the money in your household? It’s a question we need to start asking more often since buried in this conversation about women’s advancement in the workplace, where we fanatically count the number of women on boards, lives this trend of women increasingly out earning and out educating men.

  • More women breadwinners but less confident about financial goals: study

    More women breadwinners but less confident about financial goals: study

    | July 27, 2012 | Comments (0)

    Women have increasingly become the primary breadwinners in their families but they feel less prepared to make financial decisions. This is one key finding in Prudential’s 2012-2013 Research Study on Financial Experience & Behaviors Among Women.

  • Most breast cancer survivors return to work after treatment

    Most breast cancer survivors return to work after treatment

    | July 24, 2012 | Comments (0)

    A study of Swedish women breast cancer survivors has found that most of them return to work after receiving treatment. Three-fourths of the 505 women surveyed went back to the workforce 16 months after having been diagnosed with the Big C.

  • Participation of white men necessary for an inclusive workplace: study

    Participation of white men necessary for an inclusive workplace: study

    | July 23, 2012 | Comments (0)

    Including white men in diversity training makes for a more inclusive workplace, a new study released by Catalyst this July 2012 finds. Find out how including white men transformed the mindset and behaviors of participants in as short as four months.

  • Workplace cultures that fill you with envy
  • So we’re the richer sex. Now what?
  • More women breadwinners but less confident about financial goals: study
  • Most breast cancer survivors return to work after treatment
  • Participation of white men necessary for an inclusive workplace: study


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