The pandemic shaved off 32 years of progress toward gender equity in the labor market and 22 years of progress toward closing the gender pay gap. These vaporized gains come with real economic costs. Pre-pandemic, we could have strengthened our economy by an additional $789 billion and $512 billion through closing the labor force participation and gender pay gaps, respectively. That’s why we need to think big when we talk about how to rebuild our economy post-pandemic. In this fireside chat, Katica Roy, CEO and Founder of Pipeline, will walk through three solutions to meaningfully and sustainably bring women back into the workforce. You’ll leave with a clear understanding of future-of-work economics from an intersectional gender perspective.
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