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Event Information

The Working Women's Issue

January 27, 2021
12:00 PM EST to 1:15 PM EST
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Data shows that women are taking the brunt of the burden as employers scale back staff and dynamics change within households due to the pandemic. Women’s work hours fell more than 5x men in the spring and one study shows that 70% of those who left the workforce since March due to child issues were women. For employers, this puts additional stress on employer workforce diversity efforts. For women, it can impact short-term job security, earnings, and merit-based promotion and raises.  It can also result in higher likelihood of layoffs, flattened career trajectory, and a hit to lifetime earnings.

We’ll look at the latest in research in the area, share some ideas of how employers are rising to the challenge, what this means to working women and other impacted groups, and then open it up for a discussion on how we all weather this unprecedented time.

Speaker Bio:

Laine Thomas Conway, Vice President and Total Rewards Product Leader for Consumer Experience, Alight Solutions

As Alight Solution’s Total Rewards Product Leader, Laine is a prominent expert on how companies can effectively attract, retain and engage their workforce. She provides strategic guidance and thought leadership in all things talent and rewards for both Alight’s colleagues and our clients. She manages the total rewards product line and is the co-author of Alight’s annual Workforce Mindset® Study. With more than 20 years in HR consulting, Laine’s also an experienced practioner, helping many clients over the years navigate the challenges of motivating people and making the most of an organization’s investment in their HR programs and people. While the impact of working parents and caregiving as a critical people and business issue is a professional passion, it also is a personal one as Laine is a solo working parent of a rising 6th grader in the Washington, DC area.

 

 

Tickets

$45.00 Member
$35.00 Earlybird rate before January 20

$85.00 Non-Member