Written by Elizabeth Kim. According to the Harvard Business Review, around 75 percent of college students, at some point during their academic journey, have engaged in an internship (Coleman). For many new internees, who are dipping their feet into the adult-working world for the first time, the prospects of their internship may be a daunting […]
Written by Sammy D’Ambrosio. According to the American Psychological Association, “Women are more likely to be diagnosed with anxiety or depression, while men tend toward substance abuse or antisocial disorders”. Women “are more likely to internalize emotions, which typically results in withdrawal, loneliness and depression.”
The current pandemic has brought about massive transformation around the globe. Statistics show that 92% of small businesses are suffering from the effects brought about by the pandemic, while 5% haven’t yet felt the effects. If the affected business owners recover from the effects, company owners should adopt an effective business technology innovation to steer […]
Workplace flexibility is on the minds of both employers and employees these days. In the past, flexibility was an afterthought at best in most HR departments. But today, corporations are embracing flexibility policies that accommodate the needs of employees who say their loyalty to a firm often depends on whether a policy is in place.
Women constantly face a number of issues at the work place… One of the most prominent issues is having to choose between their career and if they choose to start a family one day, then childcare. An ambitious, successful woman returns from her maternity leave feeling underutilized and unappreciated because of having to work under […]
Calls for more female participation in the economy are at high pitch… …often based on political or cultural arguments founded on fairness. But a persuasive argument for diversity and equality can also be anchored to the bottom line. In part one we discussed that in 2014, Sallie Krawcheck, the former Bank of American and Citigroup […]
Investing in gender diversity in the workplace is good for companies and investors….Calls for more female participation in the economy are at high pitch, often based on political or cultural arguments founded on fairness. But a persuasive argument for diversity and equality can also be anchored to the bottom line. In part 1 of our […]
Mothers continue to leave workforce – what it costs companies and the way forward … Most companies looking to identify and analyze the major cost drivers in their labor force encounter the usual culprits – rising health care costs, competition for talent and wider benefit offerings. However, a trend that often gets overlooked, but should […]