Category: Women and Minority Issues
Women compete differently than men do. Katherine Crowley joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that women are designed to be more collaborative with each other, which can be challenging in competitive situations.
What do the demographics show about the dominance of women in the workplace? Joyce Gioia joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the demographics evidence suggesting that women are emerging as the dominant force in the workplace of the future.
"Having it all" is not just a lament of women. Joyce Gioia joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the future of work and to expose the myth that "having it all" is something that only women have to deal with.
Is having it all worth it? Dr. Natalia Peart joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the truths about "having it all," including another way to look at that idea, plus why men don't get it all either.
March 8 is International Women's Day. Karen Kerrigan joins Jim Blasingame to celebrate International Women's Day and report on the support women entrepreneurs are receiving around the world, plus why teleworking is important to women.
Are women gaining ground in the global marketplace? Dr. Natalia Peart joins Jim Blasingame to report on how women are doing in the marketplace both in the U.S. and around the globe.
Finally, the truth about who built the glass ceiling. Leslie Kossoff joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that women are just as guilty of perpetuating the glass ceiling as men and how this truth is changing the search for solutions.
Facebook's COO wants to change how women treat each other. Leslie Kossoff joins Jim Blasingame to report on how Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg is trying to teach women how to become mentors for other women.
Women admit that they would rather work for a man. Leslie Kossoff joins Jim Blasingame to reveal recent reports that there is a problem in the corporate sisterhood because women aren't mentoring other women.
What's the real reason President Obama wants another minimum wage increase? Richard Berman joins Jim Blasingame to explain why Obama's push for another minimum wage increase is payback to unions, whose wage rates are calculated from the minimum wage.
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