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Women Worried About Money Are More Likely Than Men to Put Off Buying a Home and Quitting a Job, and it Highlights the Effects of the Gender Pay Gap

by Hillary Hoffower
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I’m a Tech CEO Who Tried to Give Up My Smartphone for a Year. I Wasn’t Fully Successful — but it Did Make Me a Better Leader.

by Ben Crudo
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The Investor Who Calls Herself a ‘Human Social Network’ Keeps Her Inbox Organized Through Triaging Email as It Comes In

by Allana Akhtar
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Women in Japan Are Being Told Not to Wear Glasses in the Workplace — Here Are 5 Sexist Dress Codes From Around the World

by Rebecca Aydin
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5 Lessons I Learned Selling Candy in 7th Grade That Have Stuck With Me Ever Since

by Jackie Lam
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Nearly a Quarter of Women Out-Earn Their Partner, but They Still Face Many of the Same Workplace Hurdles as Their Mothers

by Liz Knueven
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The Surprising Business Lesson I Learned From Salmon Conservationists

by Mitch Zuklie
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Here Are 5 Hacks for Shaving Down Your Company’s Meeting Time, From a Startup That Whittled Theirs Down to Just 4 Hours a Week

by Rebecca Aydin
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Microsoft Experimented with a 4-Day Workweek, and Productivity Jumped by 40%

by Lisa Eadicicco
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Imposter syndrome is Bad for Employees and For Business. Here Are 3 Ways Leaders Can Stop It In Its Tracks.

by Julia Wuench
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Obama Laid Into Young People Being ‘Politically Woke’ and ‘as Judgmental as Possible’ in a Speech About Call-out Culture

by Bill Bostock
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Most Senior Managers Have No Idea Who the Company’s Most Valuable Employees Are. Here’s How to Pinpoint Them Before They Burn Out and Quit.

by Shana Lebowitz

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