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In my two decade career working in Human Resources, I have never witnessed an exodus of employees like this before. Here's my take on why it's happening now.
I spend a good deal of my time listening to companies and governments talk about supporting women. I have been doing this work for 20 years and I have seen nothing innovative or different being done except for the things that women have done for themselves. Women are leaving the
Allison Venditti on why she is making the transition away from 1:1 coaching and what's next for her on her career journey.
Stacia has helped Moms at Work members from across Canada take inventory of their skills to help them make the next step in their career with confidence and clarity.
By creating a program that only helps a very small subset of women – those with technical degrees or skills, how are we really making an impact? Have you asked women what they need in order to return to the workforce?
"A lot of this job is about taking big swings, hoping for the best and making sure that you’re not making a bunch of small incremental changes that aren’t going to move the needle."