Employers understand that women have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. As the economy rebounds, organizations continue to struggle to attract employees to fill positions that were eliminated or vacated during the pandemic. To address this, many are looking for ways to make it more alluring and worthwhile for individuals – and particularly women – to return to the workforce.
This white paper shares current data and research, and offers practical recommendations, for how organizations can create a more supportive, family-friendly culture that is attractive to women who are reluctant to return to work. Explore information on some of the key ways employers can demonstrate their commitment to working parents and help win women back to the workplace.