By Charlene Walters, MBA, PhD Let’s face it, women working remotely during the pandemic, are more stretched than ever. We have to balance our families and our professional obligations, too.
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Panic attack. I remember the moment I lost control. Running through a busy airport to catch an international flight, my husband and I just made it to the gate. Suddenly,
This article was written by Kristen N. Hubbard. What exactly is a millennial mom? For those who don’t know, Pew Research defines millennials as people born between 1981 and 1996.
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The United States economy lost 140,000 jobs in December 2020. Shockingly, women lost 156,000 jobs while men gained 16,000. In January, another 275,000 women vanished from the workforce. While the overall unemployment rate fell
This article was written by Kristen N. Hubbard. Multitasking is often seen as an invaluable skill. Many consider multitasking necessary for success and indicative of high levels of productivity. Studies
An open letter to Black women. 2 things are important to understand: A.) Advice from older generations is valuable. B.) You’ve been told to “buy Black.” Black men are the
October’s national month. Eliza Khuner asked to work temporarily part-time at Facebook while her baby was young. She quit when Human Resources said no. Khuner states that for every parent
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