The entire concept of professionalism is mostly used to police the behavior and appearance of Black people in the workplace.
The daughter of "hard-working immigrant" parents whose lives were devoted to the family business is now a writer who fears turning down an assignment. But only she is considered "ambitious."
A nation of overextended, stressed-out workers has created an economic and mental health crisis with seemingly no end in sight.
Even with ADA protections, people with "invisible" disabilities and diseases disclosing their health status to an employer can have grave consequences.
Black, Latinx, Asian, and Native women are the fastest growing segment of the American workforce—and they are changing a system that has continually failed them.
When Americans like Kylie Jenner and Jeff Bezos downplay their advantages—and the media follows suit—it prevents us from dealing with the truth about income inequality, opportunity access, and classism.
H-1B visa holders may not be Trump's main targets, but any foreign resident should feel wary of this administration's attack on immigrants.
The fate of unions will be decided by the Supreme Court. If they lose, fair wages, guaranteed health care, and general job safety are at risk for millions of workers.
They flirt with you as you pitch your stories. Your meetings feel like dates. How can a female journalist feel good about her work when newsrooms are predominantly controlled by men?
While it may be a haven for trolls, the social-media platform also provides many people of color a big, supportive community—and a means to find work.