Earlier this month, on Women’s Equality Day, NEW shared a social media post which missed the mark. We’ve spoken with members, and we want to take this opportunity to correct the record – and pledge to do better in future. Read on for NEW President and CEO Sarah Alter’s thoughts.
A company's ability to create an inclusive workplace starts with a few words.
There's much more to "dіvеrsіtу" than gender and color of someone's skin.
When you feel disappointed, it can be hard to see past it. But it's possible.
To get ahead, you have to deal with people who get on your nerves.
Women talk about their careers much differently (and less effectively) than men do.
In a job interview, pay attention to everything — body language, silence and over-talking.
Gender equality in the workplace continues to be framed as a “women’s issue.”
Gender parity will only be achieved if top leadership strongly advocates for change.
Our conventional idea of career success does not guarantee happiness.