I've always prioritized my career, but I'm starting to feel
I've always prioritized my career, but I'm starting to feel like I won't feel as committed to it once I have my baby. Should I be worried about losing my ambition?
Your priorities may change but I don't think work ethic changes. It is important to be doing something you love. If so, be confident in seeking out / asking for ways to balance your job with your new priorities.
I am currently 20 weeks pregnant, and job hunting. I've gotten an email from a recruiting company for a position in an industry that I'm extremely excited about. The email has prescreen questions, and asks "Do you have any vacations or other work absences planned?" How do I answer that without tipping my hand that I'm pregnant. I'm applying for a male dominated field, and even though discrimination against pregnancy is illegal, we all know it happens.
My company does not offer fertility benefits, and I'm trying to make the case to management that they should - in order to be competitive. (I'm not in HR.) Has anyone had any experience with this? Any best practices to share?
I am a civil engineer was working with real estate firm.I am not able to fetch job for myself.I want job in vendor management.Please help
Hello everyone! I am a 20 year old woman who goes to a community college. How can I politely ask an employer regarding salary matters in an interview?
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