Zero Tolerance for Domestic Violence

By Deborah O’Rell You may have noticed the Empire State Building is purple these days. This is because October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. NYC Office to Combat Domestic Violence held its first ever conference to discuss Domestic Violence and the...

Don’t Quit!

Be sure to follow these 5 very important steps to protect your rights if you feel you are being discriminated against in your workplace, #1. DON’T QUIT Though it may be tempting and you feel you can’t take it one more minute, DON’T QUIT. Resist the urge, because...
Jack Tuckner Radio Show: Relevance of International Women’s Day

Jack Tuckner Radio Show: Relevance of International Women’s Day

On PRN.FM: Experience a lively discussion with women’s rights in the workplace advocates Jack Tuckner and Deborah O’Rell as they commemorate International Women’s Day 2014, by celebrating the accomplishments of feminism while highlighting the work that still needs...

Almost, But Not Quite…

I was introduced to the colorful world of H&M at 18 years old. I momentarily wondered how was it physically possible that I could buy a blue sweater for $9, at full price but then my mind went into full shopping spree mode as I noticed $14 sundresses. Now, a few...
Workplace Bullying is an epidemic

Workplace Bullying is an epidemic

By Deborah O’Rell There’s been a lot of media coverage of cyber-bullying and its sometimes fatal consequences. Most everyone has been bullied at some point in their life as a kid. What is needed is more awareness of workplace bullying and protections for...