Going Beyond the Bank: A Female Entrepreneur

There remains a lot of unfamiliarity with financing options available to businesses, more specifically female entrepreneurs. Securing finance in any economic climate can be daunting, whether it is for expansion plans or an initial startup. However, with the use of comparison sites, women can now see a range of options available to them beyond traditional bank lending. Impact of Unawareness According to research done by Just Cash Flow, almost 35% of female entrepreneurs continue to … [Read more...]

5 Causes of Injury to Women in the Workplace

Since the end of World War II, women’s participation in the workforce has increased significantly from less than a third, to 47% in 2017. Peak labor force participation was in 1999, with a rate of 60% of women being employed. According to reports from the Department of Labor, 74.6 million women are in the workforce, and these women usually work full or part time and are over 16 years of age. With women fulfilling nearly half of the job opportunities, it is important to see how gender changes … [Read more...]

Top Issues Women Still Face at Work (How to Deal with Them)

Despite the recent changes and developments in gender equality, women still face many issues at work. Equal pay is still a problem in many companies, even with so many movements and real efforts being made to close the gap. We’re still a long way from equal pay, but the increasing awareness is helping women to get fair compensation for their expertise. Unfortunately, there are other issues that working women face regularly. Knowing more about these issues and how to deal with them are the … [Read more...]

“Women in the Workplace” – JOB FAIR: EXPO for WOMEN – JAN 30/31

“Women in the Workplace” – JOB FAIR: EXPO for WOMEN - JAN 30/31 ABOUT HOST ORGANIZATION: A Celebration of Women™ is the first and only global advocacy organization where Women Leaders are being ‘celebrated’ for spearheading positive philanthropic action collectively on one central stage, the world hub. A global transformation of the women’s movement has begun; and we are on track celebrating each step made closer to gender equality through our global central platform we affectionately … [Read more...]

The Big Mistake: What to do when you’ve completely messed up!

It’s that feeling, deep in the pit of your stomach. The one that only comes around when you’re wishing it’s all just a bad dream. You take a breath, pinch yourself, and prepare to wake up. A few seconds go by. Nothing happens. The feeling gets worse. Let’s rewind a few minutes. It’s just another day at the office, when, BAM! It hits you like a brick. You realize you’ve made a mistake. A big one. This is more than just putting the letterhead in the printer the wrong way. This one will have … [Read more...]

12th Council Gathering, Kathmandu, Nepal – {Book before Sept 15}

Grandmothers Gathering    12th Council Gathering   November 8-11, 2012 Kathmandu, Nepal       "The Grandmothers work is just to pray and hope that the dark energies of the world will surrender under our feet and so we can crush them and walk along the path." Grandmother Aama Bombo   Honoring Grandmother Aama Bombo and her Tamang People of Nepal   This Council Gathering occurs at an auspicious time in autumn, helping to usher in the … [Read more...]

World Breastfeeding Week: Allow moms to breastfeed at work: ILO

Allow moms to breastfeed at work: ILO Judge Lynn Hughes in Houston recently decided that a mother can be fired for wanting to pump breast milk at work, claiming that lactation is in no way related to “Pregnancy, childbirth, or a related medical condition.” This case came about after Donnicia Venters gave birth and was ultimately fired from her job at Houston Funding after asking to use the bathroom to pump milk, although the company claims they fired Venters for abandonment. The Equal … [Read more...]

WOMEN in RECOVERY – Women Workaholics & Ergomaniacs, take heed!

    The 'Dream Office' of every Ergomaniac!        A 'workaholic' or 'ergomaniac' is a person who is addicted to work. The term generally implies that the person enjoys their work; it can also imply that they simply feel compelled to do it. There is no generally accepted medical definition of such a condition, although some forms of stress, obsessive-compulsive personality disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder can be work-related. Despite logging in an extraordinary amount of … [Read more...]

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