Whether it has been months or years, trying to return to work after being a stay-home mum comes with challenges. According to a FlexJobs survey of more than 900 stay-at-home parents, 88% said they are somewhat or very concerned about re-entering the workforce. More than half reported taking a longer break than they originally planned, making
April 25, is National Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day. Primarily created 26 years ago by the Ms. Foundation. This event is designed for girls and boys ages 8- 18 to learn new lessons about the workplace. Sarah Johal explains, why it’s important to advocate and implement, ‘take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day’,
We’re having a heartfelt and engaging discussion on reproductive challenges within the black community. Because the time for change is now. So, why do women in other cultures and communities feel comfortable speaking about their experiences while black women do not? Why is infertility still considered taboo? In the last decade, it’s been common
Millennial and global traveler Winnie Sabbat is the financial director of a multi-million dollar marketing firm in New York. She is the author of Petite-A-Petite: One Woman’s Journey Across the Globe in Search of Happiness. Winnie’s debut novel details her travels as a single woman, finding spirituality and happiness outside of religion and marriage. Winnie
Considering all the tasks a working mother has to do inside and out of the home, it may not be surprising that according to a new survey of working mothers commissioned by H&R Block, 42% of them feel overwhelmed during tax season. According to the H&R study, 1/3 of mothers would rather watch their child’s
This Women’s History Month, in light of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movement, the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, and the current political climate, expect femvertising to be at an all-time high. Encouraging workplace diversity is often treated like a backburner goal, or is regarded as a major focus for about a month until
Feminism has established itself as a mainstream movement and a commonly known ideal in the public consciousness. Empowerment and liberation of women through feminist thinking, feminist actions and feminist hashtags has inspired everything from the #metoo movement to Dove commercials. However, as it stands mainstream feminism has failed to address a very important issue.