Yael Grauer

Yael Grauer is a Phoenix-based writer and editor. She covers business and tech, with a focus on surveillance, digital freedom, online privacy and security. Her work has appeared in Wired, Slate, and Forbes.
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Complaining to HR Without Blowback

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Silently suffering harassment from a toxic boss? Witnessed some sort of regulatory violation you’d like to report? Then a trip

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Getting Into a Competitive Boot Camp

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Despite the proliferation of boot camps—including those devoted to solely recruiting female developers—the competition to get into one can be

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Jumping Into Product Management

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Product-management positions are a world away from technical roles. With the latter, you focus on how software works; with the

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Tips for Negotiating Equity

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When evaluating whether or not to join a company in a technical role—especially if that company is an early stage

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Jumping into Project Management

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Successful project managers have a very particular set of skills. They’re organized enough to coordinate disparate groups of people from

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Staring Down a Non-Compete Clause

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Whether you’re an independent contractor who’s landed a great new project, or a new employee starting a full-time job, you