According to the United States Working Bureau, working mothers make up a significant part of the labour force, accounting for under one-third (32%) of all employed women. So, why are they the most untapped segment of the candidate marketplace?
Isn’t there something so magical about having a plan come together? The Pandemic has changed the way we work in workplaces in more ways than one. The good news is, flexible work can help you make that plan come together and adapt to work-life after the pandemic.
We uncover why flexible work is here to stay in our Blog Post, as it’s been proven time after time that having flexible workplace options improves overall employee satisfaction.
COVID-19 has brought many challenges to all of us.
Let’s rewind to March 2020; the world was shutting down, one country at a time. In Canada, we watched, shocked. Suddenly it was real. A Global Pandemic. Before we knew it, our world also shut down. Work changed, life changed. We adapted.
Focusing on the mental health of employees has become increasingly important in the workplace. Employers are starting to realize there is an undeniable link between Work-life balance and mental health. Flexible work is one incredible way to positively impact the work-life balance of working mothers – here’s why!