Workplace offers resources, information and a spotlight for Latinas working in the corporate environment or for independent professionals.

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Feeling like a fraud? It’s the imposter syndrome talking

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Do you often feel like a fraud? Are you convinced that you’re actually not as qualified or skilled as your co-workers and peers? Do you dismiss your achievements? If this sounds like you, then you might have the dreaded imposter syndrome. 
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Beat the bots with these ATS-friendly resume tips in 2021 

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With advancing technologies moving us further into the digital landscape, the world of job hiring is always changing. Try these resume tips to create an ATS-friendly resume in 2021 that will beat the bots and get you hired!
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10 Interview tips that will get you the job 

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Interviews are often anxiety ridden, nerve wracking, and downright stressful. But they don’t have to be! If you’re ready to land your dream job, then read on for these 10 interview tips that will get you the job!
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Women in Charge: An ongoing human quest for equity

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Pilar Avila and Ashley Hayes of Renovad discuss the role of women in leadership throughout history and today in the ongoing human quest for equity. 

Community leader and nonprofit organizer Sandy S. Broughton shares her story of career success and lessons learned

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Sandy S. Broughton is  a leader in her community and a role model and a champion for women in business. She shares with Latinas in Business her career story and journey to career success as a community leader for almost 30 years in the nonprofit sector.
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Women caregivers have faced greater job-loss and health issues due to pandemic

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Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, women caregivers have been disproportionately affected. One in 10 working mothers with children under 18 report quitting a job due to COVID. 

Tapping into Latinas' potential could unlock $393 billion in economic value in the U.S. 

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Did you know that right now Latinas hold the power to unlock $393 billion in economic value in the U.S. and reboot the post-pandemic economy? In fact, some may even say Latina business owners and entrepreneurs have a ‘midas touch.’
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Driscoll's appoints two Latinas as new board members

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The Greenwich, Conn-based RSR Partners recently assisted fresh…
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It will take two centuries for the gender wage gap to close for Latinas if we do nothing

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March 24 marks Equal Pay Day for all women. The day was officially established in 1996 by the National Committee on Pay Equity (NCPE) as a symbolic representation of how far into this year women must work to catch up to what men made in the previous year. Women working full-time, year-round are typically paid just 82 cents for every dollar paid to men. That is just the statistic for women in general, but the gender wage gap is much wider for minority women, especially Latinas.