Katie Holmes picked up some pizza pies from Pizzeria Mozza in L.A. Monday night, debuting her new pageboy haircut. We're not sure if the cropped locks are for a new role, but her rep told Us Weekly that Katie "is in discussions" to join the Broadway revival of All My Sons. Jay Leno made waves in the gay community last week when he asked actor and celebudad Ryan Phillippe to … [Read more...] about Katie Crops Hair, Jay's Request to Ryan Causes Controversy, Britney Teams up with Old Manager
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If you want the best version of employees, then it’s time to walk the walk, not just talk the talk. Have a workplace culture that encourages both parents to provide care. Moms in the office already had it tough- 82% of working moms cite barriers keeping them from leadership roles. 78% say they have to prove themselves more in the workplace. 42% of women worry motherhood will … [Read more...] about Employers: We’re Not Asking Anymore. We Demand You Support Us.
You're a working mom managing all the things. As if meeting deadlines and managing life, in general, wasn't enough, now many of us are also managing distance learning for our kids or trying to entertain younger kids. And, with so many summer camps closes, who knows what that will look like this summer. So many of us are in the same boat of focusing on the day-by-day. Trying … [Read more...] about Why Allies And Sponsors Are Vital For Single Working Moms
The current economic climate is having a significant impact on women. The industries hardest hit by furloughs and layoffs – hospitality & tourism, education, and service jobs, were staffed predominately by women. Many of whom are working moms, supporting multi-generational family members while balancing work and motherhood. For all of us, navigating this challenging … [Read more...] about How To Network And Increase Your Social Capital
This Fall, I celebrated my first anniversary of returning to work after becoming a first-time mother. Ironically, in the same month, I started a new job. In retrospect, it's not a coincidence. They say the first year is the hardest for significant life changes. It's a period of unknowns, new obstacles, and inevitable mistakes made along the way. And frankly, since I don't … [Read more...] about The Five Things I Learned In My Rookie Year Being A Working Mom