To attend or not to attend? That is the question plaguing much of our female workforce today. Sure our office hours might be 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., but
we all know opportunities for professional development often extend past the standard work day. From business after-hours events to out-of-town conferences
to grabbing a beer with a coworker, most of us have a hard time weighing the cost vs. benefit of time away from our home and family against an occasion
to invest in our work. I venture to guess many readers of this blog are moms, but this is a subject with which most women I know can identify. A brand-new
puppy needs to be taken out. There's a load of laundry that isn't going to do itself. House-sitters cost money.
The average cell phone user has around 80 apps on his or her phone. When you factor in an additional iPad you’re almost certain to own and consider the
number of notifications each of these apps is sending you throughout the day, it can start to feel a little overwhelming. If you’re like most technology
consumers, you suffer from a real thing called “notification fatigue.”
In celebration of Black History Month, The Source highlights Debra McGee, Senior Vice President & Director of Minority Business Development at
BankPlus. She has shown unwavering support for our program
since its inception, and we are honored to have the opportunity to work with her every day.