Better PFML programs can help keep women in the workforce
Here are a few steps employers can take today to make meaningful changes in their paid family medical leave management.
By Melissa Oliver-Janiak|July 12, 2021 at 09:52 AM
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Studies show that one in four women are considering downsizing their careers or leaving the workforce altogether after juggling a difficult year of navigating a global pandemic with their careers, families and a significant increase in mental health issues. That number is 4 million women (and counting) that have exited the workforce over the last year. The aftershock of this unexpected outcome of the COVID-19 pandemic to organizational diversity and individual career trajectory will be felt for years to come.
Many of us are left wondering, when — and how — can we get women back into the workforce for good?
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