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"Start with welcoming everyone. It sounds so fundamental, but women experience a higher degree of belonging uncertainty."
Ellevate Network is a platform for well-deserved, yet underrepresented voices.
The Bahamas is a country in the Caribbean with more than 700 islands and islets. It’s one of the countries that offer a visa program you can apply for if you have a remote job.
2020 and 2021 have been interesting years to say the least. How are we celebrating International Women's Day when the world has changed so much?
Our Ellevate Values have guided us through 2020 to make this year not just survivable, but impactful to our coalition of smart, supportive women+ looking to change the culture of business.
This year and going forward, Ellevate Network will recognize Juneteenth as an official company holiday. Here's why you should do the same.
Connecting top-notch talent from the Ellevate community to companies looking to invest in a diverse and inclusive employee base.
Amidst all of the uncertainty, we’re seeing more desire to band together and do good, including companies leaning on CSR initiatives to help their communities.
The world of work is changing, and companies need to be able to keep up with this evolving workforce to succeed - including supporting a newly displaced workforce working remotely during a pandemic.
To help you handle the transition if it’s new to you, or if you just want to feel like you’re not alone, we put together some of the best tips, tricks, and advice to make the most out of remote work.
We’ve spent the last few months redesigning The Morning Boost so we can bring you the same relevant information, in a much more meaningful way.
A statement from Kristy Wallace, CEO of Ellevate Network, on the COVID-19 pandemic and staying connected while socially distant.