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  • lisaannettestanley

Corporate Culture of Misogyny at ICONIC American Brand

In 2016, realizing that Health Insurance wasn’t cutting it for me, I decided to go back to my Advertising roots. I accepted no less than 4 positions – essentially once every 3 months – each one more Hellish than the last.

What a Misogynistic NIGHTMARE.

Today’s story is about an Iconic American Advertising Brand as well known as Good Housekeeping or Better Homes & Gardens…..and no it wasn’t either of them.

This is a company that has been around since the covered-wagon days, whose name implies hospitality, manners & etiquette.

OMG.

The new owner, a self-made-man who made his fortune in sales, had amassed enough wealth to purchase this advertising icon.

My first official day, after a month of training was on April 1st - 4/1.

So happy to be in my new work-from-home telecommuting sales position, my invitation to the Monday morning teleconference was here. I opened my Email & this was what greeted me: