Sapient Consulting Supports Your Career
"If you want to do something within Sapient Consulting, you can certainly make it happen, and you will get the support from anyone in the organization" - Effie Kilmer, Associate.
Sapient Consulting prides themselves on fostering a culture of diversity and inclusion. In their office, there's no such thing as a "typical" employee- connected thinking is built on diversity. Not only will you engage side-by-side on some of the most challenging and rewarding projects, you can also take part in their learning programs to really own your career. Sapient Consulting gives you the opportunity to attend sessions about new industry trends and technology, request training or get involved in another area of the business.
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Associate, Financial Planning & Analysis (Boston, MA)
While many bosses say they're open to ideas and suggestions, what they do when you actually share a great idea with them is another reality entirely. (Ever had a boss nod along excitedly and promise to look into your idea, only for you to realize, months later, that nothing's happened? Exactly.)
D&I Keys to Success with Greenhouse
We asked Ariana Moon, Recruiting Manager at Greenhouse, how she thinks we can create a better sense of belonging and truly inclusive workspaces.
Hear her tips for how you can use the "in-between spaces" to create a more engaged workplace yourself, no matter where you are.
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How do you do your taxes? (Aside from begrudgingly, that is.) If you're one of the millions of Americans who files online, you may have used one of the projects that Yi Ng, Principal Product Manager at Intuit, has developed over her eight years at the global financial platform company known for products like TurboTax, QuickBooks, and Mint.
Is 2020 finally the year of recognizing that women don't lose competence or sexiness the day they turn 50?
Ageism has long been the norm at work and in the media. Could that be changing?
Let's run through a quick highlight reel of women over 50 shaping their industries and just overall crushing life in the last few weeks: