Women In the Workplace: Then Vs. Now

1980 vs. Today: The workplace is largely unequal, but gender equality in the workplace is the best it’s ever been. With millennial women leading the charge, there’s no telling what another 30 years will bring! Today: 19% of C-level execs[2] 24% of senior vice presidents 27% of vice presidents 35% of directors 40% of managers 53% of entry level positions Are women.. But there are still barriers to women’s workplace advancement Women make $.77 for every $1 a man … [Read more...]

The Trailing Spouse, Gender Roles Abroad

Quite a few women don’t relocate for their own career, but follow a husband or partner on an assignment. As a "trailing spouse", you take care of the family while putting your own plans on the backburner – not always an easy or rewarding job. Find out what it entails and how to keep your cool as an expat wife. Recent surveys regarding relocation trends show that the number of employees without family ties is increasingly preferred for expat assignments. This is also due to the fact that … [Read more...]

“Women in the Workplace” – Speaker Roster – JAN 30/31

DATES & TIME NOTATION: JAN 30 = 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM JAN 31 = 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM SPEAKERS: This 2 Day Event will focus on “Women in the Workplace” offering highlighted female speakers that will share their experiences in the workplace, the challenges they have risen above and offer amazing Tips for YOU to succeed in the line of work that makes YOU want to get up in the morning. WE are elated to Announce our Celebrated and Esteemed Speaker Panel - JAN 30 & JAN 31 JAN 30 - Speaker … [Read more...]

‘The Desire Map’ – 6 Week FREE Classes starting Jan 7

Celebration House™: 'The Desire Map' 6 Week Program of FREE Empowerment Classes for Women (Starting Jan 7) I'm writing to extend this invitation to you to kick the New Year off by attending the free, 6 session Desire Map Book Club that I'm hosting starting next week (Tuesday Jan 7th). It's a gathering of likeminded women, who want to explore (and learn to apply) a revolutionary process for creating personal "Goals with Soul".  Danielle Laporte is the author of The Desire Map, among … [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...]

Gender Pay Discrimination in Jordan: A Call for Change

The International Labour Organization is working with the Jordanian government and its social partners to help narrow the pay gap between men and women. "I only received a rise of around three per cent, while my male employees received seven per cent." AMMAN (ILO News) – When Amira*, a Jordanian schoolteacher, asked her principal for a pay rise, it was refused. A few months later she was fired. “The official reasons given for my dismissal were weak. I’m sure they wanted to … [Read more...]

‘The Manager’s Role in the Psychological Well-Being of Staff’, Rachel Permuth-Levine, PhD, MSPH

The Manager’s Role in the Psychological Well-Being of Staff     We keep hearing about wellness in the workplace, but what does that really mean? In order to answer that question, it is necessary to distinguish between the concepts of organizational well-being and psychological well-being. Organizational well-being involves a collective wellness within the organization that is driven by concepts such as collaboration, respect for diversity, and fairness. Psychological … [Read more...]

‘Some Women Can’t Commit’ – CelebrateLove.com: Bob Bryce, Guest Author

    Some Women Can’t Commit   It’s a fact of life for the modern lady, committing to someone is far more difficult than it used to be. 'Commitment means compromise.' Women complain that there are no eligible men anymore and that they have trouble finding anyone who matches up to their most basic requirements. It’s not very often that you would hear a man saying that there aren’t enough eligible females out there and could say they are too picky though.   Men used to be … [Read more...]

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