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How to Talk to Your Boss About Emotional Labor

Effective strategies for discussing the invisible load you’re shouldering in the workplace.

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Fitting Breast Cancer Treatment into Your Schedule

Whether to work during treatment is a very personal decision that depends on a number of factors, including your financial and work situation, how you experience treatments and their side effects, your privacy preferences, and, perhaps, a desire or not to keep your daily routine going.

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How ‘Service With a Smile’ Takes a Toll on Women

When workers’ emotions deviate from what’s expected of their gender, they are often left to process the backlash on their own.

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What Women Should Tell Their Bosses When They Have Cancer

We hear a lot about the struggles of working women and the notion that we can create some semblance of order between managing responsibilities at home and at work. It’s the elusive work/life balance every working woman longs to achieve.

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Why Has COVID-19 Been Especially Harmful for Working Women?

COVID-19 is hard on women because the U.S. economy is hard on women, and this virus excels at taking existing tensions and ratcheting them up.

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It’s Time to Talk About the Cost of Emotional Labor at Work

Much like the struggle to recognize the economic contributions of childcare for stay-at-home parents, there could be a similar gap in the working world. The definition of emotional labor being used here is that of unpaid, invisible work.

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Mentoring Matters: The Importance of Female Mentorship

As senior leaders, we have an obligation to mentor and support women in the workforce—to aid in their professional development, to help build their confidence, and to guide them through challenges as they advance in their careers.

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Why Imposter Syndrome Hits Women and Women of Colour Harder

Self-doubt and imposter syndrome permeate the workplace, but women, especially women of colour, are particularly likely to experience it. Why is this—and how can it be changed?

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‘Women Are Just Better at this Stuff’: Is Emotional Labor Feminism’s Next Frontier?

From remembering birthdays to offering service with a smile, life has a layer of daily responsibility that is hardly discussed—one which falls disproportionately on women. Finally confronting it could be a revolutionary step.

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Women with Disabilities Face Significant Financial Inequity in the Workplace. What Can Be Done?

Women with disabilities are often doubly penalized—for being women and for being disabled.

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