May 11, 2021
Apr 27, 2021
A record number of American women are reaching the executive
suite, and a significant proportion of women now running major U.S.
corporations have children. Yet despite this tremendous progress,
working mothers still face numerous challenges at work and
home—struggles that the Covid-19 pandemic aggravated.
Apr 13, 2021
For some people who've been impacted by a job loss retirement my be an option.
The first question often asked in determining if retirement is an option is "can I afford it?" There's so much more to consider besides finances when determining your retirement options.
Leslie Gray joins Lee and Janie to discuss Life Options...
Mar 30, 2021
Job seekers don't often stop to think about the power of the words they use in their job search; the words on their resume and LinkedIn profile, the words used in networking and in interviews.
Without realizing it, job seekers often use words that are self-limiting, self-aggrandizing or are grammatically incorrect.
Mar 16, 2021
You lost your job. You're in a state of shock; you're overwhelmed by feelings of stress and anxiety.
In this episode Jane and Lee talk about what to do, and what not to do, after getting the news that you've lost your job.
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