Posts tagged "women in the workplace"

Girl Talk: What I’ve Learned From Working With Other Women

In a piece she penned for the latest issue of New York magazine, Roseanne Barr discusses her experience as a feminist pioneer in media. Throughout the piece she shares anecdotes about struggling to make it in a male-dominated industry. Of the most interest to me were her anecdotes about the females she…
By: Ami Angelowicz / May 18, 2011

The Secret To The Success Of “Mad Men” Is The Women Behind It

It’s no secret – we’re hooked on “Mad Men." The characters are interesting, the style is sharp, and the dialogue is brilliant. So, who’s behind this acclaimed, Emmy-nominated series? Women! Because who knows how to depict men better than the ladies who deal with them?
By: Carrie Wasterlain / August 10, 2009

When Women Bully, We Hurt Each Other

A survey by the Workplace Bullying Institute found that most bullies are men -- but 40 percent are women. While male bullies attack men and women, female bullies tend to go after their own kind, targeting other women more than 70 percent of the time. My guess is that some women who want to feel…
By: Catherine Strawn / May 11, 2009

That Was Then, This Is NOW

With power women dominating the workplace, being a lady lately means balancing in more than high heels. In America, we have the WAC’s and WOW’s, who went to work in WWII, to thank profusely for truly being on the front lines for us. Although Rosie the Riveter gave womanhood a strong image,…
By: Simcha / February 26, 2008