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Amazon Originals’ “Harlem” x Ladies Get Paid

We’re excited to team up with Amazon Prime Video to celebrate their new original series, Harlem. Premiering on December 3rd, Harlem is an honest, heartfelt, and hilarious comedy following the lives of Camille, Quinn, Angie,….

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10 Tips to Navigating Difficult Conversations at Work

Office politics. Difficult managers. Catty colleagues. Whether it’s miscommunication, competing agendas, or a mismatch of personalities, sometimes there’s no amount of goodwill and collaboration that can help prevent it. (And….

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Is it time to quit your job? Follow these 7 steps to find out.

You probably already know the answer to this. There’s a gut feeling you have, deep down inside, that’s been flickering for quite some time. Maybe it’s no longer a flicker….

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A Lesson From Mi Mama: Paving Our Own Paths as Latinas

“Tienes que ser una lider.” My mom always used to say “You have to be a leader.” She would say this what seemed like every time I ever left the….

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The New Ladies Get Paid is Here

Today’s the day. The Big Day. Our new, online platform is officially LIVE 🎉 We have all the feels – nerves, excitement (mostly excitement), and anticipation. We’ve been working on….

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💕 5 Reasons You’ll Love Our New Platform

We’ve been on Slack since 2016 and with 50,000 active members and more than 2 million messages exchanged, it’s been thrilling to watch it – and YOU – grow. But….

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Ladies Get Paid Levels Up: So Long, Slack

We’re just going to rip the band-aid off: next month, Ladies Get Paid is moving off Slack. Yep, you read that right. Slack has been profoundly important to the growth….

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Black Women’s Equal Pay Day: 20 Resources to Level Up Professionally + Financially

Black women make nearly $1 million less than white men during their careers. Yes, you read that right. $1 million dollars. Today, August 3rd is Black Women’s Equal Pay Day….

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10 Women Who Fight for Disability Rights

In the month of July in the U.S., Americans raise awareness about disabilities and celebrate Disability Pride Month. These celebrations honor the July 1990 passage of the Americans with Disabilities….

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7 Things You Should Never Say in a Salary Negotiation (and What to Say Instead)

Negotiating your salary may feel scary but it’s actually pretty straightforward. The best thing you can do is map out what you’ll say, anticipate all the ways they could react,….

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A Letter to Congress: Pass The EQUALITY Act.

LGBTQIA rights have come a long way since the Stonewall Riots in 1969. In 2013, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Edie Windsor, a lesbian in tech and marriage….

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Juneteenth: 9 Black Women Fighting to Close the Racial Wealth Gap

This week, Congress officially recognized Juneteenth as a federal holiday, the first new holiday to be established since Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 1983. Juneteenth celebrates the day when….