A strong female presence benefits all employees. Companies need to think creatively to stop women from leaving and to create a more diverse workforce. Read this full op-ed piece by Teresa Tanner in USA TODAY
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Experts agree: 2020 will forever change the way we work. More than two million women left the US workforce last year, and we have not yet seen the totality of the impact that this “she-cession”
Between August and September, nearly 1.1 million workers ages 20 and over dropped out of the labor force, meaning they are no longer working or looking for work. Of those workers, 865,000 of them were
This year’s report makes one thing clear: Corporate America is at a critical crossroads. Without bold steps, we could erase all the progress we’ve made toward gender diversity in the six years of this study.
We need to acknowledge that there has been a reality of a leaky pipeline of female leaders. The current COVID situation threatens to increase this “leakage” unless we think differently about our workplace practices and
“If women continue to lose workforce gains in this economic downturn, that could have massive repercussions on the gains women have made in the workforce in recent years, by exacerbating pay and promotion gaps.”
By Teresa Tanner What can COVID-19 teach us about innovation? The COVID-19 virus is spreading quickly — and it’s affecting all of our lives deeply, whether you’re a healthcare worker on the front lines and/or
By Teresa Tanner It’s no secret that we’re living in unprecedented times. In fact, the use of the word itself is living out its very definition, quite possibly never having been used as much in
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