02 Jun 2015   CBS This Morning

Long Days and Flexible Time Stall Women’s Careers

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Video  — A new study reported by the New York Times blames a culture of overwork for hurting women's chances for success. Researchers found the demand for longer work hours affects both genders. But for women, who are often the primary caregivers at home, the burden is greater. Harvard business school professor Robin Ely co-authored the study. She joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her findings.  Go to video

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27 May 2015   Daily Show

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01 Jun 2015   HBS Working Knowledge

The Surprising Benefits of Oversharing

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