Posts Tagged: women

Career Advice from Women of HR

As the year winds down, we are in the midst of making lists, checking them twice and planning for the holiday season. While our immediate sights are set on the weeks ahead, we are also looking into 2012 at life, travels and career. If someone asked you what the best career advice you ever received was, what would you say? Well, I asked the Women of HR to weigh in and this is what they said.

Chivalry in the Workplace

I’m beginning to get a little nervous for my husband’s generation of men. It is scary to think that his generation is the last of those men who were brought up to behave in a chivalrous manner. I like chivalry. It is polite and helpful.

Wellness at Home

How can you live a healthy lifestyle when you spend a great deal of time sitting at a desk and have a mile-long list of household and family obligations?

It’s a Mad World of Mixed Messages

In the working world we’ve been handed a lot of mixed messages. As a woman, I’ve been on the receiving end of some of these messages – from both men and women. Have you?

The Intimidation Factor

Could it be that HR doesn’t have a seat at the table because women intimidate men?

Mean Girls Stink

Working with some women annoys me to no end. And I’m not apologizing for it.