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A New York City teacher finished maternity leave as the city went on lockdown. Here’s how the mom is juggling the needs of her newborn, her remo...
For Kathleen Daniel, returning to work means pumping breast milk between calls, keeping her kids on a schedule, and making time for herself.
Americans have complicated feelings on the 3-year-old #MeToo movement — and some still can’t decide if it’s been good for the countr...
Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison. Surveys show the conversation around sexual harassment still divides most Americans.
Women have made incredible progress in the workforce, but some fields are still dominated by men. Here are 10 jobs where women are underrepresented.
In the last 150 years, women's roles have changed dramatically across the world. Here are some of the people who proved women can do anything.
I launched a ‘women’s initiative’ at my law firm to help younger employees gain access to more senior leadership. Here are 5 things ...
Our events are routinely well attended because we are able to engage in real talk — and confidentiality always reigns supreme.
One in three US part- and full-time workers changed their behavior in the office in the wake of the #MeToo movement, according to an AP poll.
Between 40 million to 160 million women could lose their jobs to automation, according to McKinsey's new report,'The future of women at work.'
Melinda Gates, philanthropist and wife to Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, says women work 7 more years than men and get no credit or money for it.
The ranking was determined by InterNations, who interviewed around 7,000 expat working women in 168 countries.
At IGNITION 2017, Megyn Kelly discussed being attacked by President Trump and being called Trump's "chew toy" by Maureen Dowd.