Ways to Support the Equality of Women at Work

The business world has made strides in advancing gender equity, but there’s still a long way to go. Numerous studies show that women still earn less, get promoted less frequently, and are underrepresented in the highest leadership positions. In 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, women’s annual earnings were 83 percent of… Read More »

We Need to Be Having Conversations About Race in the Workplace

In recent years, the global pandemic, civil unrest, and political and economic upheaval have made people feel divided and uncertain, possibly more so than ever before. So, having ongoing conversations that cultivate multi-cultural tolerance and mutual understanding is increasingly important – in society and at work. Seek First to Understand When trying to build relationships… Read More »

Actionable Steps You Can Take to Be an Ally to Black Women at Work

Being an ally means building relationships with people oppressed by their identity, as well as with those privileged by it, so you can challenge the latter in their thinking. Allyship is an ongoing learning process. It involves a lot of listening, but it’s also a solid commitment to action. A key aspect of allyship is… Read More »

Cell Phone Addiction: What Is It, and Why Is It a Problem?

You may be addicted to your cell phone without even realizing it. Cell phone addiction is a problem for many people. Identifying the issue and finding safe, healthy ways to manage it can be challenging. But, with the right approach, you can address an addiction to your cell phone before it gets out of hand.… Read More »

How to Tell If You’re Experiencing Burnout

You can work a healthcare job and experience burnout without realizing it. In this instance, burnout symptoms can escalate. If they go untreated, they can have far-flung effects on your physical and mental health. Do not let burnout symptoms get out of hand. Here are three ways you can tell if you are coping with… Read More »

Your Guide to a Mental Health Leave

There is no need to put your mental health in danger. But, if you feel you need to take a mental health leave at work, it may be difficult to take one. However, the longer you wait to do so, the more your mental health may deteriorate. It can even reach a point where depression,… Read More »