Working Mother

It’s All About the Boss

Numerous studies say that people often love or leave jobs because of their managers. For Darlene, this has been true.

Born in Baltimore, Darlene wanted to be a teacher like her mom. But upon graduating from Howard University, there weren’t many teaching jobs in her area, and she didn’t want to relocate. She interviewed with a big telecommunications company and was asked to work

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