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A workplace self-defense class saved this female jogger’s life
Many employers don't offer self-defense classes — but one saved a woman's life.
India mandates 26 weeks of maternity leave, outpacing U.S.
India outpaces the U.S. with a generous maternity leave policy.
Doctors have the hardest, and highest-paid, jobs in America
For three years in a row, the tech world has trailed healthcare.
America lags behind Uganda and Bangladesh for women who own businesses
Women start businesses all over the world despite bad working conditions and little financial support.
Vladimir Putin teaches you how not to compliment women
Some handy examples to show how to appreciate women and embrace the future of work.
A statue of a fierce young girl is reminding companies to hire more women on Wall Street
The little girl is a bigger sensation than the big, bad bull.
New research shows how ‘A Day Without a Woman’ will affect global economies
On March 8, many women are on strike to show their economic power. Here's how to measure it.
10-year-old girl asks her school for a day off to join the Women’s Strike
This young lady showed some great professional instincts.
Being a literal psychopath helps your career
A new study finds that being a psychopath can help you at work. So-called 'good psychopaths' can display the traits of a great CEO.
7 success lessons from the Russian spies of ‘The Americans’
Here's what you can learn about work by watching "The Americans." Spoiler: many of the lessons are about paying more attention to the people around you.
Robots won’t take our jobs, say workers — they’ll take yours instead
Two intellectual heavy-hitters, the former CEO of Microsoft and the former Treasury Secretary, are divided on how dangerous robots will be.
Survey: Americans welcome our new robot overlords
Americans are ready to accept robot workers in a variety of roles and are unconcerned about the threat artificial intelligence poses to jobs.
Stop being complacent and start winning again
Americans have become too complacent and too immobile, writes economist Tyler Cowen. To recapture our ability to succeed, we will need to embrace change.
Four lessons from the Oscars about leading in a crisis
'La La Land' producer Jordan Horowitz corrected the enormous Oscars blunder with techniques that can teach everyone at work how to handle big problems.
5 ways to make millennial workers less stressed and more successful
The way different generations experience stress is a major factor in performance. Here's how to be more successful managing Millennial workers.
Former Uber engineer Susan Fowler fears retaliation
In the wake of her blog post alleging sex discrimination, she says that someone has launched a smear campaign, looking for details on her personal life.
Strong job candidates with foreign names miss out on job interviews, study shows
A study of large Canadian employers found that job candidates with Asian-sounding names were 28% less likely to score an interview.
Raise your paw if you want ‘paw-ternity’ leave to play with your puppy
Paid time off to play with your new puppy? One company is trying it.
Your work spouse should probably make your real spouse jealous
A work spouse can become as close to you as a marriage spouse — and frequently the relationships outlast actual marriages.
Apple’s huge new office is a lot nicer than yours
With its round, glass structures, the new headquarters is built according to the final plan created by the company's founder all the way back in 2011.
Emotional Uber CEO promises to revamp its corporate culture
The ride-hailing app listens to a former employee.
What Skills Matter? 2015’s Top 5 Tech Careers – What You Need to Know
Ladders’ data-backed report on this year’s top trending tech skills and job markets.
Emerging Jobs You Need to Know About
A closer look at some of today’s fastest growing (and highest paying!
Google Doubles Down on New York IT Jobs
Google, this morning, made a significant gamble on New York City and its ability to supply the high-quality technology employees, when it agreed to pay between $ 1.
Tech Employment Down, Not Out
There are still bright spots in certain sectors of the tech market.