11:30 am, March 15th | by Meredith Lepore
There has been some glass shattering.
12:30 pm, February 12th | by Colette McIntyre
We here at The Jane Dough are deeply ambivalent about Valentine’s Day. When we were younger and single, we resented the holiday but also desperately wanted to be included; like eight-year-olds who think everything great happens after their bedtimes, we convinced ourselves that having a Valentine was the definition of bliss. When we were a [...]
2:30 pm, October 10th | by Sarah Devlin
Dow Jones VentureSource did a study on women in modern businesses, and the makeup of less traditional workplaces like, say, the start-up environment at companies like Twitter, FourSquare and Dropbox. What they found was…not especially encouraging if you’re into stuff like gender parity in the workplace.
The ‘Glass Ceiling’ And Breaking Into The Corner Office: Experts Weigh In On The State Of Working Women
2:15 pm, July 19th | by Laura Simmons
Today’s list of the “Top Businesses For Working Women” (see here) didn’t come without a hefty portion of research into the state of women in the workplace today — obviously. And beyond the each company’s facts and figures (board member stats, maternity leave stats and so on) came some advice and commentary from two of our favorite expert groups: Catalyst and Working Mother. How far have women come in the business world? What is left to be accomplished? Read on for answers — and some interesting trends for working women in the U.S. today.