Hello Women and Work subscribers,
We’re now four months past the launch of this newsletter, so as we wrap up 2021 and head into the new year, here’s a look at some of the most popular pieces of content on the Globe Women’s Collective.
We’ll be back with new content the first week in January.
Happy holidays and all our best for 2022.
Whether it’s a small office or a massive corporation, salary is the biggest secret in every workplace
Sexist remarks and behaviour at work can be demoralizing for women – what’s the best way to combat it?
In a bid to attract and retain talent, more companies are adding fertility treatments such as in-vitro fertilization (IVF) and egg freezing to their workplace health insurance benefits
While there are occasions where saying sorry is warranted, apologizing too much can minimize women’s accomplishments and affect their ability to advance
Yoga, naps, long baths with scented candles – self-care is often presented as a cure-all for women experiencing burnout. But systemic issues at work are usually the real problem to be solved
From circulating birthday cards to ordering sandwiches for lunch meetings, this invisible labour often done by women can cause burnout and widen the promotion gap
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