I deleted all of my work emails when I took 7 weeks off, here’s why

Over the last two years, I have spent two long periods of time away from work. The first was my 16 weeks of maternity leave in 2021, and the second was my recent 7-week sabbatical from work. During both of these extended leaves, I did the same thing — I set my emails to auto-delete …

How Your Company Can Achieve Pay Equity and Transparency

This post was originally posted on Built In. From salary formulas to publishing employee pay rates, a range of options can help to ensure your company compensates all employees fairly. Although the question “How much do you make?” is not often heard, you don’t have to ask me to find out. That’s because my salary …

Working Remotely? Here’s How to Keep Growing Your Career.

This post was originally posted on Built In. Just because remote work happens outside a traditional office structure doesn’t mean your career has to stagnate. Here’s how to make sure you’ve got a plan to grow. Career growth for remote workers has been a lively subject of debate in a world where it’s become normal for companies to offer …

How Asynchronous Communication Can Easily Fix Your Zoom Fatigue

This post was originally published on Builtin Instead of filling up calendars with video calls that drain energy and constrain working hours, incorporate asynchronous communication into your organization. Here’s how to get started doing just that. Remote work is now a prevalent reality of the business world, and I don’t believe we can or will ever …

How Mentorship Has Helped Me Grow As A Podcast Creator

Last year, I FaceTimed my business partner and MakeWorkWork co-host, Habbi, which is a bit odd for us. As two individuals who have packed work lives, we generally plan our calls days in advance, if not weeks, and have them via Zoom. Habbi picked up this spontaneous FaceTime call and I could barely hold in …