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6 Results for "workplace equality"

So Would You Work for Amazon?

by Phil Stott | August 17, 2015

Amazon has been identified as a company with a difficult work culture. But would that stop you taking a job there?

When Is It OK to Cry at Work?

by Phil Stott | June 16, 2015

Is crying at work acceptable? If so, when--and where? In a meeting, your cubicle, or the bathroom?

Bain: Why There Are So Few Women Business Leaders

by Phil Stott | May 22, 2015

A new Bain study has some suggestions about why women aren't making it to the top in business.

The Best Countries for Women Managers

by Phil Stott | March 30, 2015

New research suggests that female leaders are good for profits, but not all countries are friendly to women in the workforce.

Women in Tech: How to Avoid Burnout

by Vault Careers | March 04, 2015

Vidya Gargote stepped away from her tech career because of burnout and depression. Read her tips on what employees and companies can do to avoid a similar situation.

Why Are Women in the US Less Likely to Work?

by Phil Stott | February 26, 2015

Women in the US are less likely to be part of the workforce than their counterparts in other developed nations. What gives?