Has The Atlantic article “Women Still Can’t Have it All“ spurred a lot of discussion in your organization? It hit the networks (both social and traditional) by storm. Why?
“The reason she’s hit a collective nerve is because she’s tapped into the employee side of the inequitable work-life balance. Readers everywhere identify with her struggle to have it all and are happy that a high-powered woman has admitted it’s hard to manage career and family. What’s missing is the collective gasp from employers. Because I suspect CEOs, CHROs and others in a position to enable work-life effectiveness for their employees will be quick to brush her off as one more woman who couldn’t (or chose not to) make it work.”
That’s just part of what I said in my blog post in Huffington Post. Read more here.
In it, we highlight 5 strategies every organization should focus on right now to address talent pipeline deficits and increase employee engagement. Scroll to the bottom to the piece to find them.