#1. Five ways to bring women into the post-pandemic workforce
More than 2.2 million women left the U.S. labor market since the pandemic started, according to a report in the Harvard Business Review, signaling concern that women’s workforce progress may be regressing. Across the country and the world, working mothers were forced to quit or reduce their hours to better balance work, childcare, and schoolwork. Policies to better support female employees can help bring the female workforce back into the office – with the right programs in place. Read more here.
The report comes right asThe Adecco Group celebrates the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, marking the vast achievements women have made and offering perspective on the work still to come.