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Center for Women

BY: Jane Perdue
Women in the workplace should have no lack of confidence, but when and how is it best to brag about accomplishments? Jane Perdue seeks that "sweet spot" between boastfulness and humility.
BY: Center for Women
Case in point, Rosalind Franklin. A look at her pioneering work as a scientist, the disease that shortened her career, and a local program that supports those with the diagnosis
BY: Center for Women
The answer may surprise you. Here, Jacey Verdicchio reminds women everywhere not to live life as an apology, but rather, as a statement
BY: Center for Women
Looking for a little mid-week workday inspiration? Read a former Fortune 100 VP's stirring speech from the recent Charleston Regional Business Journal 
Influential Women in Business Luncheon

BY: Center for Women
Though a 30-second commute and the freedom to work in your gym shorts may sound appealing, a lot more goes in to successfully working from home. Here are tips for establishing an effective home office
BY: Center for Women
In the search for your next superstar employee, which reigns supreme: experience or attitude? HR veteran Pat Eardley weighs in on finding talent for the long haul



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