Last week, the New York Times published “Working Anything but 9 to 5: Scheduling Technology Leaves Low-Income Parents with Hours of Chaos.”
The article follows the daily struggles of a young single mother and her young son, who found their lives shaken by the tempestuousness of unpredictable part time work. 46 more words
I recently read an excerpt from an interview with PepsiCo’s CEO Indra Nooyi in which she says women can’t have it all. It was refreshing, and at the same time troubling, to once again hear from a successful woman executive that reaching the top requires a different “contract” when it comes to family obligations. 661 more words
While there are a lot of new startups getting funding from high-profile investors, PowerToFly is a welcome development, to say the least.
Using a website designed to look like a social network — lots of great photos and chatty text — it is aimed at helping women techies across the globe match with companies looking for talent. 225 more words
Dedicated to the workforce of Malhar 2014: A Renaissance
The Malhar fever for an ordinary Xavierite begins with the announcement of applications for volunteers. Then throngs gather at the base of the Malhar noticeboard, staring hopefully at the faces of the unknown figures soon to become the people in-charge of their lives. 2,685 more words