Blog Profile / Jena McGregor


URL :http://www.washingtonpost.com/people/jena-mcgregor?clsrd
Filed Under:Career & Jobs / Management
Posts on Regator:452
Posts / Week:2.2
Archived Since:April 20, 2011

Blog Post Archive

What Etsy, Patagonia and Warby Parker have in common

Here are five things to know about B Corps, a certification that’s gaining popularity for do-good companies.

Walgreens froze salaries for top U.S. executives

Such top-heavy salary freezes are fairly unusual among American companies.

The worst question you could ask women in a job interview

If we want to close the pay gap, employers need to stop asking this classic question that just compounds the problem.

At Zynga, founder Mark Pincus is back in the CEO job

Pincus joins a long line of founder-CEOs, particularly in the tech industry, who leave only to return to the top spot.

Geno Auriemma’s big milestone at UConn

The man who leads the University of Connecticut’s women’s basketball team, which won his third straight NCAA women’s tournament Tuesday night, has a record that holds up to any comparison.

Which of these four women should be on the $20 bill?

A group pushing to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 has revealed these final four candidates.

Even top executive women aren’t paid as well as men. This could help explain why.

A recent study reveals that male executives see big financial gains when performance goes up. But when company performance suffers, it’s female executives who see the greater costs.

Microsoft launches a pilot program for hiring autistic workers

Microsoft says the move isn’t just about diversifying its workforce, but about filling its need for a specific type of tech talent.

Ellen Pao speaks after trial: ‘I’m glad I did it. But it was hard.’

Pao has started speaking out for the first time since the end of her widely watched gender bias case.

The four leadership styles of the Final Four coaches

Here’s a quick guide to the different coaching styles that define this year’s Final Four.

Your boss is nearly as apathetic about his job as you are

Only 35 percent of managers are actually absorbed in their work, a new Gallup study finds.

Zappos to employees: Get behind our ‘no bosses’ approach, or leave with severance

ON LEADERSHIP | The company is gently showing the door to workers who dislike the lack of hierarchy.

Testing, testing. Who’s happy at work? An interview with Google’s Laszlo Bock

At Google, Laszlo Bock’s team has examined questions like: What’s the ideal number of interviewers needed to assess a job candidate?

This tech CEO is taking a real stand against Indiana’s ‘religious freedom’ law

Marc Benioff of cloud-computing giant Salesforce.com has launched an all-out campaign against the new law, which opponents say opens the door to discrimination against gays and lesbians.

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