Your entire resume should tell your story in a way that allows future potential employers to imagine you on their team and helping them achieve their goals. Answering these three questions will do just that!
In my personal experience, there are several contributing factors to pay inequity. Negotiation tops my list. Yes, there’s more to it than this. That being said, time and time again women I’ve offered jobs did NOT ask for more when the men did or women gave up just a bit more easily.
I want to take a moment to thank you for illuminating a common challenge for women in the workforce. In the recent video of your event in San Jose you shared an anecdote that is an every day reality for working women. Your story reinforces the need for time to be up and for women to continue sharing their stories with the world.
The objectification of women at a systemic level is at the center of this movement. As you said the words, "The woman was better qualified but she was very attractive and he knew, 'I can't have her aro...
Today for Women’s day I took time to appreciate and celebrate the women who motivated me to embark on this new journey of following my heart to pursue a dream of starting SHE-Ops Talent and embrace myself completely. Many of you don’t have any idea that you’ve been an inspiration to me as I’ve watched you just simply be yourself. You all did something that was, to me, awe-inspiring but seemed to come naturally to you; maybe it was the result of your own season of self-growth.
Thank you for showing me to embrace the painful wounds...
So, you’ve got a vacancy on your team, but you are not an expert in hiring. You’re trusting your HR team to deliver the right talent for your opening and you need it yesterday!
As a hiring manager, the worst thing you can do is expect your HR and/or Talent Acquisition team to handle everything for you. It’s your opening. Either you or your team is absorbing the extra workload and bearing the burden of the opening.
As Engineering Week 2018 is about to kick off and I'm embarking on this new mission to help women in STEM careers, I'm reflecting on my own experience quite a bit. I've spent the last several years reading stories of women engineers who left because of their work environments or young women who were discouraged as they pursued engineering degrees like this girl whose college experience reminded me of my own.
Wouldn't it be great if all the people who left engineering used a different hashtag this year? #IamNOTanEngineer! Let's work together...