Even today, women within the American workforce make substantially less than their male counterparts. This week, we discuss the glory that is Wonder Woman as a lens through which to explore the status of woman within the modern workforce. We also examine the Equal Pay Act, along with some of its provisions, requirements, and (at least according to some) its loopholes.
Wonder Woman and the EPA
Board Games used to mean long nights of Monopoly that usually end with half of the players storming off in anger and disgust. However, we are now in what is considered commonly known as a "golden age" of gaming, with thousands of complex titles being published every year. And while board games are mostly about having a good time with family and friends, many of the most popular titles can help you develop skills which you can use every day in order to further your personal development and professional advancement.
Board Games and The Workplace
The Belchers of Bob's Burgers are the masters of getting a lot out of a little. A family with lots of heart, for whom things never seem to break in their favor. A family business, that takes the family part of their business very seriously. The entire staff of their little dinner is related, from the dad to the precocious little moppet of a daughter. But are the Belcher's flirting with child labor disaster?
Bob's Burgers and Child Labor
80's Rom-Coms and Recruiting
Many of us grew up believing that true love was waiting for us under the high school bleachers. All it would take was one fateful day, when the subject of our affection saw us for what we really are; the love of their life. However, two crazy kids, different in every way, probably do not make great life partners. In the same regard, mis0matched job applicants do not make for great new hires.