What to Do When Your Husband Becomes Your Boss
Carley Roney, co-founder of The Knot, on how to keep the boardroom out of the bedroom.
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This episode is supported by Work Check, an original podcast from Atlassian.
Bethany was ecstatic when her husband, Travis, got a promotion. They’ve been co-workers for over a decade and Bethany really valued being on equal footing. But that power balance has since gone topsy-turvy. Travis is now her boss (technically her boss’s boss), and things are suddenly not equal at home or at work. Her co-workers are treating her differently, and she feels like her career identity is being overshadowed. On this episode of How To!, we bring on Carley Roney, co-founder of the wedding and lifestyle company, the Knot. Carley worked with, and for, her husband for years. She has some hard-won advice for maintaining your independence while keeping the marriage intact.
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