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Ashley Milne-Tyte is the host of a podcast about women in the workplace called The Broad Experience.

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Features by Ashley Milne-Tyte

Amy Keating, a senior product tester at Consumer Reports, prepares to conduct a taste test.

How do store brands stack up against name brands?

Store brands can be just as good as name brands. But there are some trade-offs.
Posted In: store brand, name brand, ketchup, heinz, consumer reports
A screenshot from a video game prototype by human resources firm Mercer that simulates the experience of working on an oil rig.

Good at video games? That could land you a job.

Companies are using video games to determine whether job candidates are the right fit.
Posted In: hiring, video games, job market
The Pentagon building is seen in this undated aerial photo. headquarters of the Department of Defense, in Washington, DC

Why women lag in winning federal contracts

Women-owned businesses win less than five percent of the government's contract work.
Posted In: women, federal contracts, defense department

Women’s empowerment gets a corporate boost

Marketers are pushing female strength to capitalize on a national movement.
Posted In: advertising, feminism, women, viral marketing

Transgender female workers face added discrimination

Transgender experiences show a lot about how men and women fare in the workplace.
Posted In: transgender, women in management, workplace culture

Corporate boards mostly a boys-only club

Large investment funds like Calpers are trying to add diversity to the boardroom.
Posted In: women in management, board of directors

Cold, snowy winter brings hot deals on cars

Endless snowstorms, freezing cold, and an uncertain economy has car sales skidding off the road in 2014. So carmakers are extending their incentive programs.
Posted In: car sales, Ford, GM

Is it getting easier to show emotions at work?

Traditional research shows women in particular receive negative judgement when they emote.
Posted In: gender, gender gap, emotions

When daughters take over the family business

Women leading family businesses is five times higher than the late '90s.
Posted In: women, management, executives, family, family business

Companies start to woo older workers with perks

Companies who rely on older employees are offering special incentives, from training in new job skills to babysitting services for grandkids.
Posted In: seniors, employment, older workers

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