Why Work Stress Is Worse For Women
Why Work Stress is Worse for Women — and What to Do About It

Stress is up across the board these days, but it's harder for women, the majority of whom feel things worsened during the pandemic.

Is This Company Really Family Friendly
Is This Company Really Family Friendly? 5 Ways to Find Out

How can a working mom looking for a new job determine whether a company is truly family friendly? Here are ways to find out.

7 Self Care Routines For Stressed Out Women
7 Self-Care Routines for Stressed-Out Women

We’ve compiled a list of six essential self-care strategies for women that can reduce stress, help prevent burnout, and level up well-being.

How To Talk About A Pregnancy Loss At Work
How to Talk About a Pregnancy Loss at Work

If you experience a pregnancy loss, it’s likely going to be up to you to determine what benefits exist at your workplace.

Should I Tell My Boss I Have A Substance Abuse Problem
Should I Tell My Boss I Have a Substance Abuse Problem?

Losing one’s job by going to rehab should not be among a woman’s fears. If you are in trouble, you deserve to get the help you need.

Eve Rodsky
You Need Help: A Q&A with Eve Rodsky, Author of “Fair Play A Game-Changing Solution for When You Have Too Much to Do”

Eve Rodsky, author of the bestseller “Fair Play,” discusses how women can lessen their physical and emotional loads by asking their partners for help.

Coping With Menopause At Work
Don’t Sweat in Silence: Coping With Menopause at Work

About 1.3 million women in the U.S. enter menopause each year. The symptoms are difficult, particularly in the workplace.

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