Have we progressed as women in the workforce? Decades ago, women weren’t often considered as critical high-level leaders. Of course, that mindset is changing. Today, women represent almost half of the labor force but with only slightly more than 20% in leadership roles. With the impact of the Great Resignation,
If you want to make a career move but feel that the current state of the world has made it impossible, I want to assure you that is not the case. While there’s been a devastating amount of job loss, top companies are still hiring.
Let me ask you something. Did you know that 80% of jobs are filled through networking? From the Director to C-Suite level, the vast majority of jobs are never advertised. Instead, those positions are filled through word of mouth. Hiring managers rely on an informal network of colleagues, coworkers, and
Ah, the dreaded imposter syndrome. As women at the top, we know it well. We hear about it all of the time. For executive women, it manifests in feeling that we’re out of place. Like people are eventually going to pull the veil on our act and realize we’re a
Social networking has changed not only the way people act in their personal lives, but also how they engage with each other professionally. In this regard, LinkedIn is one of the biggest tools people are using to promote themselves for their careers. Just as with a traditional resume, a LinkedIn
If you’re looking for a new job, it might surprise you to know what recruiters really think of cover letters.As someone who recruited for over 15 years, I have my own opinions about cover letters, but when I launched a company to help job seekers across various industries, I wanted
From talking about how hard it is to find a good sitter, to running out of time to do your research, these are five big mistakes women make in interviews and how to easily avoid them. Not Having Adequate and Flexible Childcare “Sorry, I was late. My sitter got stuck
There are 4 things you absolutely must to do to get to where you want to be. Put down your resume and watch our Founder, Tracy Saunders, address the most common pain points that women experience when considering their next move and how you can avoid those pitfalls.
You’ve probably heard the disheartening statistics about the so-called gender wage gap. In the United States, women overall earn about 18 percent less than men, and women of color, except Asian women, earn between 52 and 62 percent of what white men earn. There is good news, too, though: the pay gap has decreased over time, and many states and companies are actively addressing the discrepancies. Learn what has changed and how this benefits you as a job seeker.
BossmakeHer, the emerging network that confidentially connects executive women with top companies, today announced their partnership with the global technology powerhouse Siemens Corporation.