Now, two years into the Great Resignation, we’re entering into a new era in the workforce: The Great Renegotiation.
New Pew Research: Race Is Central To Black Americans' Identity and Affects How We Connect With Each Other
A significant majority of Black people living in the US say being Black is pivotal to how they think about themselves.
We’re approaching graduation season, so you know what that means–new college grads are aiming to line up their first real job.
Adults have reported high stress rates since the start of the pandemic, but often, kids get lost in that larger conversation.
The Chicago-based influencer has built a career from her love of sneakers.
This Olympian Is Helping To Teach Kids How To Fail Successfully Through ‘Classroom Champions’ Social Emotional Learning Curriculum
Qualities like conflict resolution, emotional reasoning, grit and determination are taught to K-8 students through digestible methods kids will gravitate towards.
Celebrate the Black women that are lighting up (pun intended) the cannabis industry despite the hurdles.
Although more money and PTO may seem like workers’ most wanted perks, new research shows that it's not.
Turns out women hold the purse strings in most relationships.
Although unemployment numbers are down from the 2020’s astronomical rates, it still sits pretty high at 3.6%.
Fortunately, there are incredible Black women therapists that are qualified to provide culturally competent care.
This, for many, is the largest check they’ll receive all year, so it’s important to figure out how to best spend the extra cash.
According to a new study, employees say it’s mostly their “work friends” and family’s fault.
8 hour days, 5 days per week can add up and immensely impact your mental health if all that time is spent in a workplace that doesn’t support your well-being.
For the last two years, people have been quitting their jobs in droves, it doesn’t look like they’ll be stopping anytime soon.
‘It’s About Servant Leadership For Me’: Meet Joanne Johnson-Sabir, The Powerhouse Who’s Humbly Aiming To Make Milwaukee A Black Business Ecosystem
The Milwaukee-based social entrepreneur says she always listened to her intuition to help answer the question of how to create systemic change in her community.
Officials said they recognize most students and their families are experiencing financial hardships and have suffered due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
One thing about Shaquille O’Neal, he’s going to make a smart business move.