The real cost of not wearing makeup at the office (Fast Company)

These are the 3 times when you need a financial therapist (Fast Company)


These are the hidden biases in mainstream productivity advice (Fast Company)

What happened when I ate the best brain foods for a week (Fast Company)

How burnout affects mental health workers (BBC)

How to confront bias without alienating people (Fast Company)

How I got a promotion, ran a marathon, and saved 20% of my income this year (Fast Company)

Why you react the way you do in a crisis, according to a former navy psychologist (Fast Company)

I followed Jack Dorsey’s morning routine for a week and was surprised by the difference it made in my day (Business Insider)


4 former interns look back at exploitation, power dynamics, and ultimate career payoff (Fast Company)

Could micro-credentials compete with traditional degrees? (BBC)

The downsides of using personality tests for hiring (Fast Company)

New graduates, these are the unspoken rules of the workplace that no one tells you (Fast Company)

What would an HR department that works for employees look like? (Fast Company)

Why it’s so hard for you and your partners to both have successful careers (Fast Company)

Why these CEOs think that transparency is crucial for workplace success (Fast Company) 


These apps try to make sexual harassment reporting less of a nightmare. Do they work? (Fast Company)

The mobile alternative to Reddit is going international (The Verge)


Former Goldman Sachs employee on the motherhood penalty (Fast Company)

Thanks to General Counsel Dev Stahlkopf, contractors at Microsoft will now get 12 weeks of paid parental leave (Fast Company)

Men, emotional labor is your problem too (Fast Company)

Inside Donald Trump’s long, rocky relationship with the New York Times (Fusion—Now Splinter)

A corporate lawyer-turned-traveler shares the 7 biggest misconceptions people have about her 8 years on the road (Business Insider)


Crazy Rich Asians, is indeed, Asian enough for us  (Fast Company)

Asian-Americans on being “likable” in the modern workplace (Fast Company)

I was skeptical of group life-coaching, until I tried one geared at WOC (Fast Company)


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