Introducing Season Three

From the Women at Work podcast:

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Women at Work is back April 15 with stories, conversations, and practical advice about being a woman in the workplace. Expect to hear from us every Monday for the next couple of months.

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TRANSCRIPT

NICOLE TORRES: Season three of Women at Work is just around the corner.

AMY GALLO: I can’t wait for everyone to hear it!

AMY BERNSTEIN: We’re excited to bring you more stories, conversations, and advice.

AMY GALLO: We’ve been interviewing experts about issues like burnout…

MANDY O’NEILL: When burnout happens, it seems to me that it’s more likely that women are able to express it more than men.

AMY GALLO: Gender identity…

LILY ZHENG: All of us do want to push the boundaries.

AMY GALLO: Visibility…

MURIEL WILKINS: I had a client once who got feedback from her manager that she should be more visible, and she went out and got the visibility, and then he said to her, you need to stay in your lane, [LAUGHTER] because he was starting to feel a little threatened, right?

NICOLE TORRES: Some of you have told us about your workplace experiences.

WOMAN 1: I wish I had gone to her, because I think what I might have found is that she was dealing with some of the same frustrations and insecurities that I was.

WOMAN 2: I don’t think there’s any sort of stigma attached to a man who says he doesn’t want kids, but I have seen stigma attached to myself.

AMY BERNSTEIN: But this show isn’t just about the problems women face at work. That’d be kind of a bummer.

AMY GALLO: Totally. We’re also very much about solutions. I love when listeners say they find our discussions helpful and validating and even uplifting.

NICOLE TORRES: I love that, too. And more help, validation, and uplift is on the way! Season three starts Monday, April 15.

AMY BERNSTEIN: Subscribe to Women at Work to hear new episodes as soon as they drop.

AMY GALLO: Yay…

NICOLE TORRES: Yay!

AMY BERNSTEIN: Yes!

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