Lee Yarborough

    Lee Yarborough
    Lee Yarborough and her father, Braxton Cutchin, founded the company in 1996. She has served on the Board of Directors of NAPEO and currently serves as the Chair for the NAPEO Carolinas Leadership Council. In 2015, she was named a Fellow of the eleventh class of the Liberty Fellowship Program and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network. Lee also serves on the Executive Board of Public Education Partners and is the founder and director of Read Up Greenville, a young adult and middle grades book festival in downtown Greenville, SC.
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    Quiet Quitting: What Employers Need to Know

    Posted by HR Division of Propel HR on 1/18/23 1:45 PM

    Quiet quitting. It’s a movement that’s been trending for the past two years . Gaining ...

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    Women in the Workforce: From Progress to Shecession

    Posted by Lee Yarborough on 1/11/23 3:00 PM

    The stress of the pandemic caused many women to reevaluate their working status. Here are ...

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    HR Trends for 2023

    Posted by HR Division of Propel HR on 1/5/23 2:15 PM

    New and emerging trends continue to reshape the workplace and impact the role of Human ...

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    Women in the Workforce: From Progress to Shecession

    Posted by Lee Yarborough on 1/11/23 3:00 PM

    The stress of the pandemic caused many women to reevaluate their working status. Here are ...

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    Topics: Featured, Women

    How Working Women in the '90s Impacted the Workplace

    Posted by Lee Yarborough on 12/7/22 2:30 PM

    From the EEOC, Family Leave Act, and fight for equal pay, the 1990s was a decade of ...

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    Topics: Featured, Women

    Women in the Workforce: Climbing the Career Ladder and Having it All

    Posted by Lee Yarborough on 11/9/22 2:15 AM

    During the 1980s, women focused on climbing the career ladder and the idea of having it ...

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    Topics: Featured, Women

    Women in the Workforce: 1970s - A Decade of Change

    Posted by Lee Yarborough on 10/20/22 11:00 AM

    The economic downturn of the 1970s pushed more women into the workforce, which impacted ...

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    Topics: Featured, Women

    Women in the Workforce Part 10: The Fight for Equal Rights

    Posted by Lee Yarborough on 9/7/22 2:30 PM

    Contraception and the women’s liberation movement were some of the most important factors ...

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    Topics: Featured, Women

    Women in the Workforce Part 9: Is This All?

    Posted by Lee Yarborough on 8/3/22 3:00 PM

    Is this all? Well-educated middle-class suburban women in the early 1960s begin to push ...

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    Topics: Featured, Women

    Women in the Workforce Part 8: The Myth of the Ideal Woman

    Posted by Lee Yarborough on 7/20/22 3:00 PM

    The 1960s began just as the 1950s ended. Women were still considered the weaker sex, and ...

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    Topics: Featured, Women

    Women in the Workforce Part 7: A Woman's Place

    Posted by Lee Yarborough on 7/6/22 2:00 PM

    After the war, consumerism was at an all-time high due to rising income, easy credit, and ...

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    Topics: Featured, Women

    Women in the Workforce Part 6: Stay Home or Be Paid Less

    Posted by Lee Yarborough on 6/22/22 1:42 PM

    Read Part 6 of Women in the Workforce: We Can Do It!, a 14-part series exploring topics ...

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    Topics: Featured, Women

    Women in the Workforce Part 5: The Rise of Female Empowerment

    Posted by Lee Yarborough on 5/25/22 3:00 PM

    This is Part 5 of a series, Women in the Workforce: We Can Do It!, exploring topics ...

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    Topics: Featured, Women

    Women in the Workforce Part 4: More Women Employed During the Depression

    Posted by Lee Yarborough on 5/11/22 1:15 PM

    This is Part Four of a series, Women in the Workforce: We Can Do It!, exploring topics ...

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    Topics: Featured, Human Resources

    Women in the Workforce Series Part 3: The Rise of Jobs, The Rise of Inequality

    Posted by Lee Yarborough on 4/27/22 3:15 PM

    This is Part Three of a series, Women in the Workforce: We Can Do It!, exploring topics ...

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    Topics: Featured

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