Starbucks Employees: Maternity Leave Policy Benefits Corporate Staff Not Baristas

Starbucks employee says the company’s new parental leave policy – including up to 12 weeks of paid leave to parents – only benefits its corporate employees.

7 Tips For Handling Conflict Resolution In The Office

It’s important to understand that there will be conflicts that arise, and that is a normal part of having people spend so much time working together. Along with addressing it right away, here are 7 tips for handling conflict resolution in the office:

Trunk Club To Bring 80 New Jobs To Chicago

CHICAGO — Trunk Club, a personalized styling service for men and women, announced plans to add personnel to the company’s growing customer relations team.

Rian Buckley Integrates Fashion & Tech To Create Fitcode, A New Way For Women To Find Denim Tailored To Their Body Shape

SEATTLE — A revolutionary new fit-focused shopping experience enabled by Fitcode, a fashion-data company, launched last week. See what all the buzz is about.

Why “Act Like a Man” No Longer Serves Women

In the past, any woman who wanted to climb the corporate ladder was forced to “act like a man.” Here’s why we no longer need to take that approach.

#ThatsHarassment Depicts Sexual Harassment In The Workplace hosted a panel after the premiere of #ThatsHarassment, a new video series produced by David Schwimmer depicting sexual harassment at work.

Weekly Round Up (Feb. 20 - Feb. 24): A Mashup Of Startup News & Advice For Female Entrepreneurs - Lioness Magazine

Weekly Round Up (April 3 – April 7): A Mashup Of Startup News & Advice For Female Entrepreneurs

Did you miss some startup news? Here’s a mashup of all of the Startup News & Advice female entrepreneurs should know weekly round up style:

Entrepreneur Of The Day: Tracy Donegan

Entrepreneur of the Day Tracy Donegan founded GentleBirth in 2006 in Ireland. See how her birth preparation program merges healthcare and tech.

Five Clichés And “Don’t Says” To Avoid

Those pointless little phrases you use at work might be sending exactly the wrong message to your staff. Avoid these five cliches.

In Her Own Words: Tears And Cheese Cake Weren’t Working, But Neither Was Anything Else

Business Development Strategist and Coach Tesa Colvin shares her story of finding her path In Her Own Words. See how she got her dreams on track.