Working moms' kids fare just as well as stay-at-home counterparts, study says CBS News "This research suggests changes in maternity leave and greater availability of childcare and the consequent increase in maternal employment have played a big...
GUEST MENTOR Angie Hicks, co-founder and chief marketing officer of Angie's List: Years before Angie’s List went public, when our employees numbered around 20, a friend offered some advice: “Remember that no one else can put your family first.
Beating chronic stress is a long-term effort, and we've shared a lot of ways to deal with it—but what if you're overcome with stress right now and just want to calm down? Here are ten ways you can bust through stress and get on with your day.
Lauran Star's insight:
My favorite - labeling your feeling...and then admitting it!
The initial reaction to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's decision to ban telecommuting was overwhelmingly against, with workplace experts, working professionals, and parents speaking out in favor of worki (More and more people are wanting a better...
President Obama laid out a climate action plan on Tuesday that will dramatically reduce global warming pollution and expand the clean energy economy. The plan is strong and concrete and will deliver lasting benefits to the American people.
"Don't try to fix it. I just need you to listen." Every man has heard these words. And they are the law of the land. No matter what. (RT @therealcliffyb: Aaand this is the best video all month that you'll find about communication in a relationship.
I couldn't resist reading Anne-Marie Slaughter's review of Sheryl Sandberg's much-discussed new book, Lean In, in the Sunday Book Review of The New York Times.
Lauran Star's insight:
Bravo Eliane Pofeldt! I agree - women can and do more than just corporate America - and one size does not fit all. While Mrs. Sandberg's book focuses on HER climb to the top - it is not everyone's climb ... Lets face it we all do not want to be a cut out. Women have sooo much more to give not just to the job but also to themselves.
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