New Catalyst CEO Lorraine Hariton believes we are at a juncture in the workplace as seismic as the Industrial Revolution, and Catalyst is ready to lead the way by Jackie Krentzman As the new CEO of Catalyst, the premier nonprofit working to “build workplaces that work for...

Katherine Giscombe, PhD In Catalyst’s continuing work on women in the workplace, we have found that a key success factor is having powerful sponsors in an organization who actively advocate for their protégés and help them acquire key positions. C-suite position holders are especially helpful in supporting overall diversity...

It is not antisocial to limit who can access your social media account. Here’s how to protect your identity. By Victoria Lim On her way to St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands a couple of years ago, Valerie Ramsey’s journey included a stopover in Puerto Rico....

Nonprofit CEO Jennifer Loving has developed relationships with tech companies to take on Silicon Valley’s most vexing issue—homelessness By Jackie Krentzman When Jennifer Loving was growing up in Southern California in the 1970s and ’80s, her uncle was a “fire-and-brimstone” minister. He ran a church in Venice Beach that...

Eight tips for acing a performance review—and getting the pay you deserve By Janell Hazelwood There’s a common adage that many career experts, human resource executives, and professionals agree upon: when it comes to a salary boost or any type of professional advancement, you don’t get what...

We all know the tech industry has a gender gap problem that companies need to address. In the meantime, what can women do to gain a foothold—and advance? By Ellen Lee First, the good news: Major tech companies report that the percentage of women in senior leadership...

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