by Caroline Moreno
LatinX Heritage Month is a time to honor our culture and achievements, but it's also a reminder of the hurdles we face in the workplace. From language barriers to feeling like an outsider, LatinX professionals deal with a lot in the day to day.
by Jeff McClellan
The phrase “not a good fit” continues to echo in the halls of workplaces and interview rooms, often leaving employees and candidates questioning its true meaning. But what does it truly mean to "fit"?
by Anonymous Employee
The reality of "unlimited" time off hit me after I'd already accepted the job. In that first year, I barely used any sick days and only managed a single week of actual PTO. What was happening? Where did my dreams of work-life balance go?
by Mariam Hydara
My time working abroad opened my eyes to transformative work-life balance practices. Here are some of the international models that American work culture should consider adapting towards.
by Jemillie Martinez Agron
Do you know your employer’s bereavement plan? Follow these steps to consider your benefits and protect your well-being before it’s too late.
by Natalie Cantave
With the stock market getting hit, anxiety levels rising, and the recent news about Silicon Valley Bank shocking the startup ecosystem, is now the time to consider joining a startup?
by Cierra Selby
As an employee, having empathy can be your greatest asset. Here's how the practice of empathy helped me through the many challenges of being a professional of color.
by Britney Peart
When possessing multiple marginalized identities, bringing your whole self to work can be risky for professionals of color. Embrace these values to create a sense of belonging and advance racial equity in the workplace.
by Erin Haywood
How do you typically handle ambiguous situations in your life? Learn how to cope with these 3 habits of mind and increase your tolerance of ambiguity.
I thought my team at work and I were a "family." Then I got laid off – but little did I know, it would be the best thing to happen to me.
by Vanessa Louis-Jean
Asking what’s next can be a tough question, especially when you’re on the brink of a career transition. As a career pivoter myself, here are the three major takeaways on how to successfully pivot into a new career path.
by Katelyn Harris Lange
We rely on compensation to feed, shelter, and clothe ourselves, and our families. So why does negotiating pay feel so awkward?
by Naomi Hattaway
Leaving is inevitable. Name one person you know who still has their very first job, right? So if it’s true for all of us, that we will one day leave our workplace, why do we avoid intentionally planning the way we leave?
by Phil Perry
Whether you're an aspiring team leader, new supervisor, or seasoned people manager, here are 3 characteristics that will make you a successful leader.
You can find a new job title at any company, but do you know what isn't available everywhere? A strong culture.
by Kelly Kitagawa
It's well known that women are significantly underrepresented in the technology sector. What can we do to ensure women advance in tech despite the odds stacked against us?
by Kerry Thompson
Women of color are often left in a system that undervalues, under pays, and sometimes undermines our paths to success. What can we do when we're faced with these obstacles at work?
by Shaniqua Blossomgame
There is no doubt that Imposter Syndrome is real, especially for Black professionals. Here are three things you can do to help maintain a healthy mental state in the workplace.
by Surayya Walters
DEI isn’t just for large businesses, it’s for everyone. As a DEI entrepreneur, these are my tips for those navigating DEI in small businesses and startups.
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