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Here’s How Managers Can Help Women Stay in the Workforce

Here’s How Managers Can Help Women Stay in the Workforce

According to the National Women’s Law Center, 865,000 women dropped out of the workforce in September when their kids went back to school or began online learning from home. But it’s not only women with children who are struggling at work right now. Black women are more likely than other employees to think about leaving the workforce because of concerns over their health and safety, according to the Women in the Workplace study.

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Panelists Tell Managers to Keep Working for Inclusion and Transparency

Panelists Tell Managers to Keep Working for Inclusion and Transparency

This time of social upheaval may be the best opportunity to work toward achieving inclusion and transparency in the workplace, according to panelists at a recent symposium for managers. SHRM President and CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, Karen Boykin-Towns, a vice chairman at the NAACP and a former senior executive at Pfizer Inc., and D. Steve Boland, president of retail at Bank of America, encouraged managers to do their jobs well and act before the window of opportunity closes.

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