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  • Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • Too Many Bosses Means Too Little Time

    A majority of workers say they are saddled with reporting to multiple bosses and that fickle managers often waste their time with unfocused goals and conflicting directives.

    Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • What About the Costs of Working Fatherhood, Readers Ask

    After The Wall Street Journal published an article on research suggesting women are underestimating the effort it takes to raise children and have a career, readers said that overlooking fathers reinforces stereotypes.

    Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • Working Women Often Underestimate Motherhood Costs

    New research suggests that women frequently underestimate the money and effort it takes to raise children and have a career, leading many to invest in their skills and then leave the workforce when the costs become apparent.

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  • Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • Scrutiny of CEOs’ Personal Lives Rises in #MeToo Era

    Chief executives used to be able to operate with little scrutiny beyond their quarterly results. But the role of CEO is more high profile than ever before, limiting the room for transgressions.

    Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • What’s Behind the Decline in Female CEOs

    The recent high-profile exits of a handful of women leaders—including Campbell Soup’s Denise Morrison last week and Mattel’s Margo Georgiadis in April—have drawn attention to the slim number of women at the top.

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  • Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • CEO Pay and Performance Often Don’t Match Up

    The best-paid CEOs don’t necessarily run the best-performing companies, and the corporations posting the best shareholder returns score in the middle of the pack in terms of CEO pay, according to a WSJ analysis.

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  • Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
  • Management & Careers News | Wall Street Journal
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