It’s intern season, which means that offices everywhere are filled with an uncharacteristic number of young people seeing what office life is all about. No wonder record numbers of young people want to start their own businesses!
In all seriousness, I did a number of internships back in the day at media outlets. I still write for two of them (Fortune and USA… read more »
Back in April, I recorded several videos with Working Mother magazine about “sticky situations” working parents face. I’m happy to be able to share them here over the next few weeks!
Our second sticky situation looks at this common dilemma: Your kid asks you to volunteer at his school. “All the other moms do!” But you work. Can you square this situa… read more »
Back in April, I recorded several videos with Working Mother magazine about “sticky situations” working parents face. I’m happy to be able to share them here over the next few weeks here!
Our first sticky situation looks at this common dilemma: You don’t want to work around the clock. So how can you be “seen” at work?
Here are my tips. I welcome you… read more »
I’ve spoken with groups of lawyers, and groups that include lawyers, several times. I mention the idea of keeping a time log. I point out that people are no doubt familiar with the concept, and keeping a time log just means “billing” your personal time like your work time.
Inevitably, someone will tell me that if she had to keep track of her personal time l… read more »
Laura’s note: Over the next few weeks, I’ll be running some guest posts. Today’s comes from Brie Weiler Reynolds, director of online content at FlexJobs. I’ve interviewed the FlexJobs CEO, Sara Sutton Fell, several times about remote work and flexible scheduling, and her team agreed to do a post about how their own mostly-vir… read more »