We’ve assembled a bunch of useful information on your legal rights, WFH tips, and other practical information.
Webinar with guest Jacob Korder discussing unemployment as relates to the Covid-19 pandemic. Recorded April 7, 2020.
Webinar discussing issues and opportunities specific to small business owners during the Covid-19 pandemic. Recorded April 3, 2020.
Webinar discussing employment law and the effect of the ongoing adjustments as the response to Covid-19 evolves. Recorded March 31, 2020.
Throughout the month of March, we recognized a series of remarkable women and organizations.
Yesterday, Susan lead a free webinar on the basics of workplace discrimination for Savvy Ladies – a local non-profit providing personal finance education and resources for women. You can watch the webinar on Savvy Ladies’ blog.
For Thanksgiving this year, we all came together to share some of the things we are thankful for every day.
I knew last Monday was going to be a super long day. I had personal training at 8:30 am, the first of many in-office meetings at 10 am, tons of work to do all day, and then choir rehearsal from 7:30 to 10 pm. I had a rare commute to myself (usually I drop off one of my two girls) and I was taking the time to try to focus and rally myself. “You can do it!” I was saying to myself, probably listening to Lizzo. I had transferred from the F to the A/C when a guy got on the train next to me. I was standing near the doors, and he got on next to me at the doors. He was yelling and obviously unhinged – ok fine. But he immediately turned toward me staring directly at me. I actually don’t remember what he was yelling but it involved accusations of me being a “bitch”, his desire to “rape” (me?), yelling about “fucking”, and grabbing his junk under his pants. He was about 2-3 feet away from me. I froze in my spot. I did not move or blink, other than to close my eyes, and think calm thoughts until the next stop, planning to switch cars at the next stop. But High Street to Fulton is super long! It felt like forever. And when I moved to get off, he did the same. So then I stayed in place, which he did too. I finally darted off and-