Women today carry this cultural stigma of being superwoman, that woman who demands to meet the expectations of what is expected of her in each of her roles.Women today carry this cultural stigma of being superwoman, that woman who demands to meet the expectations of what is expected of her in each of her roles.
The labor market has changed in recent years and now companies are looking more closely at the soft skills of their employees. Discover which are the most requested and how they will help you in your professional development
Despite the economic crises and the remaining effects of the pandemic and the war in Ukraine that have the dollar skyrocketing, Latin America remains the favorite destination for many travelers this summer
Perfectionism is one of those traits that some people classify as admirable. Those who have it proudly boast about it, while those who don't commend those who do. However, it can become a double-edged sword when it comes to productivity.
If someone opens the door of their house for you to enter, leave without slamming the door. Likewise, when you walk away from a job, do it with style and professionalism, no matter the cause or reason for the walk out.
In a world where video has taken over the internet and most social media sites, it's no surprise that Pinterest has jumped on board — and they're encouraging users to amp up their video presence to get noticed!
Many women find it challenging to socialize during or after work hours. Their commitments with family, house chores, and busy nights limit them from connecting with senior colleagues and advancing in their careers.
With the arrival of virtual work, our agendas have been filled with meetings and events that occupy much of our daily time. Sometimes, we are overwhelmed by so many meetings that they become monotonous.
Skills, talent, and experience are important, but they will not lead you to great achievements if you do not know how to work effectively with other people. Money, power, information - all these resources can be obtained faster and easier if you successfully build cooperation with people
Behavioral scientist Jennifer Aaker and bestselling author Naomi Bagdonas teach a class at Standford Business School about the power of humor in leadership. According to Aaker, humor is a teachable skill that shouldn't be underappreciated at work.
There are tasks in every organization that doesn't contribute to a worker's career advancement. However, research conducted by Harvard Bussiness Review suggests that these tasks disproportionately fall on women.
The constant struggle of women to join political and economic life has been intense in many aspects because beliefs, personality traits, attitudes, behaviors, and even values that are different in men than in women are required.
Meet in The Woman Post the most innovative women in the labor market who participate with great perspective, creative opinions, and meaningful experiences facing significant challenges in their professional lives.