The seven-season-long nonstop drink-and-smoke-a-thon that was Mad Men has come to a close. Were you entertained? Were you satisfied? Better yet, did you learn anything? I will spare you my personal thoughts on the merits of the ending as there are countless commentaries available on the Web. (Really, it’s amazing how many there are.) Suffice it to […]
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Mad Men can be tough to watch for an employment lawyer. I was thinking of this while watching the show’s most recent episode, “New Business.” In a particularly cringe-worthy scene, Harry Crane propositions Megan under the pretense that he can help get her acting career back on track. Harry is a buffoon and a jackass, and I wondered […]
As the popular series “Mad Men” draws to a close, Working Mother magazine reveals how the creator, Matthew Weiner, used the show to address 21st century workplace equality in a show about the 1960s.
Who is Don Draper? Don Draper is the Creative Director for Sterling, Cooper, Draper, Pryce on the Emmy-winning television series Mad Men. He is a confident, stylish, hard-drinking, chain-smoking 1960s advertising executive. Nunez, owner of Nunez Leadership Consulting (firstname.lastname@example.org), offered his Draper-based tips at the SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition held recently in Orlando. Here […]