Undervalued. Unsupported. And under pressure to “do it all”

Something has to be wrong when staying at home to raise your children is regarded as a “luxury”. Women should have the choice to be the mothers they want to be. Free from guilt. Free from financial constraints. Free from criticism. And valued for their work. But that’s just not happening, and it’s getting worse. … More Undervalued. Unsupported. And under pressure to “do it all”

Why mothers are great for the workplace

Women are good for business. It’s that simple. Companies with higher female board representation perform better financially (HR Magazine, 2016) thus, employing more women increases the growth of global economies (IMF, 2016). Big stuff! Yet, despite these startlingly clear benefits, women at all levels – mothers in particular – are routinely discriminated against, inadequately supported, and/or made … More Why mothers are great for the workplace