Articles about Identity at Work
STUDY: Watching reality stars can make us less sympathetic to poor people
When you get obsessed with the rich and glamorous lives on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," "X Factor," "The Apprentice," and "Made in Chelsea," there can be a downside to your binge-watching habits.
The identity trap: Being less wrong
What we call an identity is mostly a product of memory, and memory — as both science and history have shown — is incredibly hazy and questionable.
Billionaire CEOs make a pro-immigration pitch to save DACA
Silicon Valley's pro-immigration stance leads that of any other industry.
Stop confusing job perks with company culture
Feedback is your friend.
5 important ways to talk about disability during a job search
A little preparation can transform a tough process.
This is a powerful lesson about being underpaid from ‘Hawaii Five-O’ stars
Sometimes you have to walk away.
This is the secret to improving your self-esteem
Stop lying to yourself that you’re so awesome.
8 positive reasons you should keep working after retirement
It helps you feel healthy for the rest of your life.
Five ways to welcome LGBTQ employees during Pride month
All employees want to be respected.
Accenture aims at ambitious goal for 2025: a workforce of half men, half women
About 40% of the company's employees are women. That will go up.
After racial tensions, over 150 CEOs to sign groundbreaking pledge to create diverse workforces
The biggest American companies, including AT&T, American Express and Home Depot, are looking to change the experience of race and identity at work.
4 smart ways to rise at work if you didn’t grow up with a lot of money
Building 'cultural capital' is different for people who didn't grow up with money.
Muslim Amazon contractors win the right to use company prayer rooms
Religious freedom and contract work collide in a controversy at Amazon.
4 ways companies like IBM became the best at hiring diverse women
Diversity isn't an accident.
New music video is the perfect anthem for every millennial boss who wants to be liked
"I want you to do what I want, but let me say it in a nice way."
5 ways to rock your career, according to Netflix’s ‘Girlboss’
"Know what your sh*t is worth.*
There’s an easy way to root out our own prejudices at work
One simple self-improvement technique makes us better humans and is very easy to do.
What a US Army officer can teach you about spotting talented people
Don't look in the obvious places.
Bank of England wants to end ‘monoculture and groupthink’
Diversity helps, but the real difference is in inclusivity: allowing people to speak up and keep their status.
Italy wants to offer women ‘menstrual leave’
Menstrual leave is designed to empower women to take care of themselves, but it frequently acts as a stigma.
The mommy wars come to work
Women without children are seen as shallow and ambitious; women with children are paid less. Nobody wins in these identity wars.
Google launches new program to boost Black coders
Google makes a big push to get more black coders in the door.
Tech companies don’t need any more diversity, say employees
Tech workers look around, see others like themselves, and believe the hard work has been done.
Employers can ban Muslim headscarves, top European court says
Can employees display religious symbols in Europe? It depends on who they work for.
How to dress for the job interview: Advice from designers of Scandal and The Good Wife
This is why everyone in offices on TV looks so strong.