Research Question: Are there safe ways to leverage help from others and build connections when caring babies?
Methods: Interviews, Diary studies, Usability testing
Research Question: How does employees think about their work? Are they satisfied about their works?
Research Question: What are the core values of the company culture?
Method: Affinity diagram
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The second interviewee of Women at Work is Jin Hee Cheon. She is a freelancer as a gayageum player and a gayageum tutor. Gayageum is a Korean traditional string instrument that is played with fingers. Other than these two professions, she talked about her diverse experiences. Gayageum is pronounced like [ga-ya-geum] and written 가야금 in … Continue reading Jin Hee Cheon – A gayageum player
I came to the United States from Korea in May 2019. My dependent visa (H4) of my spouse (H1B) does not allow me to work in the United States, so I am legally and financially dependent on my husband. I chose to come with my husband (to be honest, I wanted to come), but the … Continue reading Living With A Dependent Visa In Silicon Valley
I started to use Disney Plus a few days after the service began, and dropped out after two months. I have been a huge Disney fan since I was a teenager. I watched most of the Disney movies and dramas and followed Disney actors and singers. During my gap year after high school, I watched … Continue reading Why I Cancelled My Disney Plus Subscription After Two Months
The first interviewee of Women at Work is Hyojin Kim, a mark-up engineer. She started her career as a designer and is working as a mark-up engineer at a startup in Korea.
For the past three years of my work, I have had three different jobs as a performance marketer, a contents editor, and a people operations manager. While I was pursuing my career, I always pondered about myself: what I am good at and what I enjoy doing. I sought advice from others and searched for … Continue reading Why I am starting “Women at Work” interview
This post was written in Korean July 2018. Here is LINK to the original post. . . . . . It has been 8 months since I started my job at CLOSER (at the time I wrote this article in Korean). When I was asked to join the team and told my old co-workers that … Continue reading Why even a small startup needs People Operations