From the first job interview through retirement, a woman’s professional path is different from a man’s. Women@Work explores the challenges — and solutions — for some common obstacles.
New job? These are the most important questions to ask yourself, HR, management & colleagues to improve your professional experiences early in your career.
Toxic work environments can be so unhealthy that they erode a team’s ability to get work done.
Women have made considerable pay equity gains in a variety of white-collar jobs. Here’s LiveCareer's look at 10 positions rapidly closing the gender pay gap.
f you’re a woman with glossophobia- fear of public speaking- there are several ways to overcome your anxiety and improve your skills.
No woman deserves the mental anguish digital harassment causes. Here are four actions women who are being digitally harassed can take.
Imposter syndrome affects an estimated 70% of people at one time or another, and women may suffer from it more acutely than men.
Research shows that more women than ever are taking on jobs usually held by men and the numbers are pretty staggering.
Curious about construction work? Labor statistics show that the number of female workers in construction roles is increasing.
Unsure what to ask at the end of an interview? Here's how to determine whether the company and the position are a good match.
Here, we’ve compiled three of the biggest challenges female leaders face in the workplace, along with strategies for overcoming them.
If you experienced sexual harassment in a past workplace, what should you do as you begin a new position? Here's how to navigate your path forward.
Before accepting an offer of employment, perform these actions to sniff out the potential of joining a place that undervalues women.