The 2014 World Cup is driving a lot of otherwise soccer-apathetic souls into a tizzy. But is it really hindering workplace productivity? Experts say no. For a lot of major sporting events, employees may stay up late watching games and … More
Topic: Office Politics
In light of recent events–those events being Solange Knowles trying to kick the crap out of Jay Z in an elevator with Beyonce in tow at the 2014 Met Gala and the subsequent firestorm that came with it–media are wondering … More
HoneyMaid makes graham crackers, including Teddy Grahams, a snack that I abuse the way some people abuse heroin. They also make really heartwarming commercials that embrace an open mind and families of all kinds, including homosexual and gay couples, interracial … More
What’s that? You’re not depressed enough for a Friday? We have just the solution: The revelation that an American and feminist iconic image may be no more soon. The plant that housed Rosie the Riveter might be getting demolished soon. … More
In college, which for me wasn’t all too long ago, I drove a 1995 Oldsmobile Achieva. The windows were all off-kilter, so I could only buy gas in well-lit stations during the day time, and I had to get an … More
Gwen Dean quit her job during a Super Bowl commercial for GoDaddy. While on one hand it’s ballsy and awesome, on the other hand, she allegedly didn’t give her boss any advance notice of her leaving, which is pretty rude … More
Holidays are stressful enough, and now a lot of us who diligently shopped til we dropped face another dilemma: Target suffered a debit and credit card security breach, potentially effecting nearly all of Target’s 1,797 stores in the United States. … More
It really isn’t easy being beautiful. Just ask Melissa Nelson, who got fired for being too goodlooking … and then had that decision upheld by the Iowa Supreme Court. The Iowa Supreme Court stood by a lower court’s ruling this … More
Here at TheGrindstone, we’re all about women in business, whether that be in traditional for-profit ventures or in the incredible world of non-profits. Pamela Barnes, the CEO and President of EngenderHealth, has experience in both. As the head of a large global organization focused on improving women’s health around the world, she knows a lot about being a woman in a leadership position, as well as mentorship and innovation. I spoke to Pamela about her inspiring job, including her career experience before taking her position as CEO, what her work life is like now, and the biggest challenges involved in running a company with employees who work, literally, all over the globe.
The Inspiring Note Every Woman Should Read
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Sometimes, wealth comes unexpectedly. Like for lottery winners.
In the startup world, there’s usually time between buyout discussions and the money hitting your bank account. At the very least, you have a few days to mull over what you’ll do with your new-found wealth.
How do people react when they realize they’re about to be rich? More
Startups are the hot thing now, right? There is no better time to work at a startup and interning at one can really jumpstart your professional career. From my personal experience, you learn a lot more than what is stated in the job description. Here are a few pointers that will make your internship at a startup even more worthwhile: More