Posts tagged "working women"

Republican Politician To Offer Class On “Posture, Deportment And Feminine Presence.” Yes, Seriously.

Update: 4p.m. Well, that was quick. State Senator Mary Marty Golden’s website has canceled the event. I guess you’ll have to learn your feminine wiles elsewhere. [New York Observer]

Please tell me this is a joke. This is a joke, right?

The office of a Republican politician in Brooklyn, New York, will…

By: Jessica Wakeman / July 3, 2012

Elizabeth Wurtzel Pens The Most Nasty, Judgmental Linkbait About Women You’ll Read Today

I am going to smack the next idiot who tells me that raising her children full time — by which she really means going to Jivamukti classes and pedicure appointments while the nanny babysits — is her feminist choice.
This is how writer Elizabeth Wurtzel begins a piece on TheAtlantic.com entitled titled “1 Percent…

By: Jessica Wakeman / June 15, 2012

1-In-5 Women Has Never Had A Mentor — Have You?

One in five women has never had a mentor in her career, according to new data released by the LinkedIn Blog. Eighty-two percent said that nearly 1,000 women surveyed said they realize that having a mentor could be important for her career. And yet a good one-fifth of the women surveyed were going at it…

By: Jessica Wakeman / October 26, 2011

What Free Stuff Should Women Get At Work?

Work is FUN, but, no doubt, it would be even funner if, in addition to a paycheck, your job gave you a lot of free stuff. Here at The Frisky, we ladies want everything from Sour Patch Kids to umbrellas on rainy days. Of course, most working women wouldn’t mind free child care and a…

By: Susannah Breslin / September 30, 2010

All The Single Ladies … Are Closing The Gender Wage Gap!

Go on girls — women under 30 have made great gains on their male counterparts in the workplace. Single working women under 30 now make eight percent more than their comparably aged male counterparts — and as much as 21 percent more in some cities.

According to an analysis of Census data by…

By: Julie Gerstein / September 20, 2010

Sexism Still Pays Off For Men

Growing up, my mom and dad shared the responsibility of bringing home the bacon…well, the proverbial bacon — we’re Jewish. Anyway, my mom was a realtor and good at her job, but I’ll never forget her main competitor. His wife didn’t work and he was a jerk, the kind of guy who used too much…

By: Simcha / September 24, 2008

Women In Norwegian Boardrooms

Getting more women into boardrooms is certainly important — 9 percent of the S&P 500 have all-male boards — so in Norway, the government is taking steps to increase equality. Publicly held companies in the country that don’t meet a compulsory 40 percent female non-executive board requirement risk dissolution. Because of the requirement, put i…

By: Catherine Strawn / March 6, 2008