Many believe gender equity is a social issue; the economics tell us gender equity is an opportunity. Beyond the immediate social injustice, a lack of gender equity causes off spouts and cracks in the workforce pipeline where missed opportunities for potential investment in female employees leads instead to their departure, to a lower level of females in the labor force, and overall decreased levels of leveraging talented women. We have a leaky pipeline — one that costs the U.S. trillions of dollars. Businesses that fail to address this pipeline problem miss out on potential revenue, which constricts their economic footprint, and not only causes a shortage of female talent to get the job done but ultimately lost opportunity for growth and innovation.
Join Mother Honestly alongside the nation’s top leaders in work, family and care solutions as we come together to address the caregiving crisis, gender and racial inequities and the combined issue of working in the new normal.Read More Get Tickets
The economic importance of equity in the workplace is even more urgent during times of disruption. Join us for a webinar with award-winning business leader and gender economist Katica Roy, founder of Pipeline Equity, who brings deep data insights and passion to the task of preventing bias during the hiring and promotion process.Read More Get Tickets