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1 in 5 working moms say they’ve been passed over for an important assignment or for a promotion because they have children. And women who take even 1 year off to have kids come back to earn 40% less than their peers. Working moms outpace, outperform, and outwork their peers. So why don’t companies make an effort to support working moms? And how can working moms advocate for themselves in the workplace? Frankly, we’re tired of asking for a seat at the table. It’s time to make our own table. And we’re going to talk about how. This is Moms At Work – the official podcast from Jobs.mom. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/momsatwork/support

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1 in 5 working moms say they’ve been passed over for an important assignment or for a promotion because they have children. And women who take even 1 year off to have kids come back to earn 40% less than their peers. Working moms outpace, outperform, and outwork their peers. So why don’t companies make an effort to support working moms? And how can working moms advocate for themselves in the workplace? Frankly, we’re tired of asking for a seat at the table. It’s time to make our own table. And we’re going to talk about how. This is Moms At Work – the official podcast from Jobs.mom. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/momsatwork/support

    Episode 20: Deep Work and the Myth of Multitasking

    Episode 20: Deep Work and the Myth of Multitasking

    Doreen Steenland, transformational neuroscience coach, joins the Moms at Work podcast to talk about the difference between multitasking and switch tasking, and the damage we're doing to our daily efficiency and productivity when we think we're juggling multiple tasks, but we're actually not. Doreen shares tools, tips, and tactics for women and moms especially to organize their schedules, realize optimal performance and productivity at work, and find more time to do the things you want, with the people you love. Tune in to listen to Doreen as she teaches us what exactly "Deep Work" is, and how we can achieve it, and how achieving deep work equals achievement in the workplace and in your personal lives.


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    • 32 min
    Episode 19: Building Inclusive Cultures in the Media World

    Episode 19: Building Inclusive Cultures in the Media World

    Amy Shoenthal, VP & Group Manager, Digital at M Booth joins Zabeen Mirza to discuss the struggles of working women and mothers in the PR, media, and ad worlds, and talks about the steps companies can take to create cultures that are inclusive, accepting, and truly equitable for all. Amy shares her own experiences as a working mom, and insights into why even though some industries are so predominantly female, those same industries lack female representation at the highest ranks of their leadership. Listen more to Amy talk about the path forward, a plan for change, and how the industry is changing and needs to continue to change in order to survive and thrive in the new world.

    Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast. Visit Jobs.mom to subscribe to the podcast and sign up for our weekly newsletter and all updates.

    To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom

    Follow us on social media:

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    instagram.com/jobsdotmom

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    Twitter:

    @jobs_mom

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    linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom




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    • 52 min
    Episode 18: Money Mistakes Women Make

    Episode 18: Money Mistakes Women Make

    Financial Representative and Jobs.mom expert finance contributor Erin Hoffman joins Episode 18 of the Moms At Work #podcast to talk about the most common money mistakes women make and advice on how we can increase our financial literacy and secure ultimate financial freedom and independence. Subscribe at jobs.mom/podcast and follow us on social media.

    Erin Hoffman is a Registered Representative of Park Avenue Securities LLC (PAS). Securities products offered though PAS, member FINRA, SIPC. Financial Representative of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America® (Guardian), New York, NY. PAS is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Guardian. Certified Financial Services, LLC is not an affiliate or subsidiary of PAS or Guardian. CA License #4029326. 2021-121027 Exp. 5/23.

    Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast. Visit Jobs.mom to subscribe to the podcast and sign up for our weekly newsletter and all updates.

    To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom

    Follow us on social media:

    Instagram:

    instagram.com/jobsdotmom

    Facebook:

    facebook.com/jobs.mom

    Twitter:

    @jobs_mom

    Linkedin:

    linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom


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    • 40 min
    Episode 17: You Can't Have It All...Yet

    Episode 17: You Can't Have It All...Yet

    Jennifer Folsom, Author of "Ringmaster", and VP of Growth at ICF Next joins this week's episode to talk about the toxicity of reaching for an unattainable ideal. Let's face it, life is a circus. But what does it mean to be The Ringmaster of the circus that is the life of a working mother? How do we advance in our careers, excel as a parent, and live a balanced, happy, healthy life? You can't have it all, at least not yet. But we talk about what you can have in the meantime, and how you can work towards "the ideal".

    Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast. Visit Jobs.mom to subscribe to the podcast and sign up for our weekly newsletter and all updates.

    To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom

    Follow us on social media:

    Instagram:

    instagram.com/jobsdotmom

    Facebook:

    facebook.com/jobs.mom

    Twitter:

    @jobs_mom

    Linkedin:

    linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom


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    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/momsatwork/support

    • 22 min
    Episode 16: Fighting Workplace Bullying & Sexual Harassment

    Episode 16: Fighting Workplace Bullying & Sexual Harassment

    Dr. Megan Amerson Brown has been on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, designing safety protocols for hospitals around the country to keep medical providers safe as they battle the coronavirus. Her numerous achievements however, didn't stop her from being the victim of workplace bullying and sexual harassment. Dr. Brown joins Episode 16 of the Jobs.mom podcast to share her experiences and to give tools and tactics for effectively protecting yourself from bullying at work, advocating for your rights, and maintaining your dignity in the face of difficult and uncomfortable situations. 

    Listen and subscribe at jobs.mom/podcast or wherever you listen to your podcasts!

    #sexualharassment #BULLYING #workplacediscrimination #workingmothers #workingmoms #workingwomen #advocacy #likeaboss #likeamother #jobsdotmom


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    • 50 min
    Episode 15: How Men Can Be Allies to Women at Work

    Episode 15: How Men Can Be Allies to Women at Work

    Kwame Christian of the American Negotiation Institute joins Jobs.mom this week to talk about how men can be allies to women in the workplace. Tune in to Episode 15 at jobs.mom/podcast

    #podcast #ally #women #workingmothers #workingmoms #workingwomen #allyship #likeamother #likeaboss #jobsdotmom

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    • 34 min

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