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Your company can’t fix all the world’s problems, but you can make your workplace more gender-equitable for everyone while accomplishing your corporate mission. And why not do it with humor? Let The Syndrome help you lighten up and enlighten your employees so you can enhance morale, teamwork, and retention while reducing interpersonal conflicts and communication problems. Gender Inequality in the Workplace Workplace gender equality is achieved when people are able to access and enjoy the same rewards, resources and opportunities

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As a way to increase our impact we partner with other non-profit organizations who focus on different aspects of gender equality issues. Gender equality covers a wide array of gender-related issues including gender balance in decision-making positions, economic and political participation, gender pay gap, and gender-based violence. Seeing gender equality with an intersectional approach in relation to other social categories such as race, class, disability, sexual orientation and age is also necessary to understand the scope and the extent of the

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Do you suffer from a frequent urge to write? Are you easily distracted by ideas for jokes or articles? Do you have alarming urges to collaborate with other women? If you experience frequent buildup of drafts and are uncertain about where to submit them…You might have SAD (Syndrome Absence Delirium). There is relief. Ask our Editors today about The Syndrome Mag. The Syndrome Mag is an online magazine that has been proven to contain at least 5 times more women

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The Syndrome Mag is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the mission of raising awareness of gender equality issues through humor and satire. We believe that humor can be used as a powerful tool to inform, educate and entertain. The project started in Italy in 2012 and has since spread worldwide. We are a community of women from different cultural, geographic and professional backgrounds, not to mention ages, religions and sexual orientations. Our activity is based on three pillars: Relevant and

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