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Introducing ‘Leavers’: results from a survey of 101 former journalists of color
By Carla MurphyPosted on
For the first time in 50 years, Black and other journalists of color (JOC) are waging a public campaign to air newsroom grievances. How do we move away from 50 years of lip service to sustained newsroom diversity? This survey points the way.
A Mentor Will Get You Coffee, a Sponsor Will Get You Promoted
By Erin Grau and Cindy TaibiPosted on
The benefits of sponsorship vs. mentorship, and notes on a framework for a sponsorship program.
Ms. Management: Driving Our Employees Over the EdgePosted on
Our fetishisation of stoicism means we tend to dismiss deteriorating mental health breakdowns as mere distractions, best treated with an hour or so of venting to colleagues and several infusions of hard liquor.
Ms. Management: I Hope You Find the Time to Read this ColumnPosted on
If you’re the kind of person who is into both checks on the executive branch and the finer points of employment law, you may already have come across the case of KNTV, Inc. and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, AFL–CIO. If not—and who can blame you—a quick primer: that case set the precedent that an employer’s use of the phrase “I hope you” could be reasonably construed as “coercive.”
Ms. Management: Whose Stories Do We Consider?Posted on
On books, checklists, and the cumulative effect of unconscious decisions.
When They Don’t Want You To Lead
By Emily Chow and Kaeti HinckPosted on
It’s challenging to find your feet as a leader, even more so when you’re in an underrepresented group. For people of color, women and other underrepresented groups, there are structural systems and power dynamics in place that make navigating the workplace—and leadership—especially precarious. During SRCCON in Portland, we gathered to talk about our experiences and ideas for how to navigate shared challenges.