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21: Moms in the Tech Sector
Podcasts

Today’s episode dives behind the scenes of the lives of three moms in the Tech industry. As parents and career-oriented women, Henri Loh, Shadiah Sigala, and Vanessa Loder have a lot on their plates. As entrepreneurs in Tech and leaders...

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20: Dads in Tech
Podcasts

Technology has changed the way we parent in the modern world, but how does it impact parents in the tech sector? Today’s guests, Matt Burke, member of the programs team at Thumbtack and founder of the parent resource group, along...

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Parents at Work Ep. 1
Parents at Work, Podcasts

In the first episode of Parents at Work.,Tom Spiggle owner of the Spiggle Law Firm, explains how the idea of the show came to him through the his own experience of being a working parent while also having four kids. ...

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19: Theater Dads
Podcasts

Being a parent in a field with sporadic schedules, travel requirements, and remarkably long rehearsals can create an array of complications. Today’s guests, Jeremy Chernick and Jerry Rapier are both involved in the theater and arts community while juggling parenthood....

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18: Moms in the Theatre
Podcasts

In today’s episode of Parents at Work, Tom Spiggle and co-host, Lori Mihalich-Levin, introduce us to two moms in the performing arts, Rachel Spencer Hewitt and Roberta Pereira. Rachel details her personal challenges as a working mom and the logistics...

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17: Parents at Work – HR Dads Part 1 & Part 2 Combined
Parents at Work, Podcasts

In today’s episode of Parents at Work, Tom Spiggle and co-host, Lori Mihalich-Levin, introduces us to 2 working dads in the HR field: Wiley Simmons and Adam Calli. Human resources are generally a women-dominated industry, yet men contribute unique and...

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16:Insights from HR Moms
Parents at Work, Podcasts

This week’s episode of Parents at Work brings you three thoughtful and experienced mothers in Human Resources. Being a mother and meeting the demands of an office can be difficult to balance, so Kelly, Kecia, and Heather share their personal...

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National Support for LGBTQ Employment Protection Continues to Grow
Discrimination

According to recent polls released from Gallup, the majority of Americans are in favor of new civil rights protections for the LGBTQ community. Specifically, 53 percent of Americans believe that new laws are needed for LGBTQ people, up 2 percent...

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What You Need to Know as a Gig Worker
Uncategorized

More and more Americans nowadays are beginning to transition into the gig economy, ranging from construction jobs to web development. Rapid development in technology is making it easier to make that transition, and it has led over a third of...

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15: Insights from Attorney Dads
Parents at Work, Podcasts

Being a working parent looks different for everyone, but there are many tactics and techniques that are effective no matter what your current circumstances are. This episode of Parents at Work interviews two lawyer dads, Justin Johnson and Kenny Kraft,...

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