CANCELLED: Not Business as Usual: Ensuring Women’s Careers Stay on Track


Virtual - Zoom  
Thursday, December 09, 2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM   Add to Calendar Eastern Standard Time

With work environments disrupted, women are taking on more caregiving responsibilities at home and experiencing stress at higher rates than men. In fact, 1 in 3 women are considering leaving or downshifting their careers due to the pandemic and nearly half of women (48 percent) plan to change jobs in the next six months. This is not business as usual - we’re at risk of losing 33 years of progress in women’s careers due to COVID-19. Join Addie Swartz, CEO of reacHIRE, as she moderates a panel with industry leaders sharing their perspectives on how to keep women supported, so careers and company talent pipelines stay on track. The panel will: Explore the pandemic's scope of the impact on women’s careers and its effects Share approaches to help companies meet women where they are Discuss the opportunities for your organization to be an industry leader by providing better support systems for working women Identify actions to support careers and engage in hybrid, remote or in-person work environments

HBA Boston presents

CANCELLED: Not Business as Usual: Ensuring Women’s Careers Stay on Track


Date and time
Thursday, 09 December
12:00PM - 01:00PM EST
Location
Virtual - Zoom

Event Contact
Crystal Shih
Competencies
10. Facilitates change

With work environments disrupted, women are taking on more caregiving responsibilities at home and experiencing stress at higher rates than men. In fact, 1 in 3 women are considering leaving or downshifting their careers due to the pandemic and nearly half of women (48 percent) plan to change jobs in the next six months. This is not business as usual - we’re at risk of losing 33 years of progress in women’s careers due to COVID-19.

Join Addie Swartz, CEO of reacHIRE, as she moderates a panel with industry leaders sharing their perspectives on how to keep women supported, so careers and company talent pipelines stay on track.
The panel will:
- Explore the pandemic's scope of the impact on women’s careers and its effects
- Share approaches to help companies meet women where they are
- Discuss the opportunities for your organization to be an industry leader by providing better support systems for working women
- Identify actions to support careers and engage in hybrid, remote or in-person work environments


Registration information
Event is open to: HBA Members and Nonmembers

Cancellations/refunds
This event is refundable, requests must be submitted in writing to events@hbanet.org by 6 December 2021

Featured Speakers

Kim  Dukes
Diversity and Equity and Inclusion Talent Strategist
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Laura  Howard

EY (Ernst & Young) - US
Rebecca  Milbury
VP, Head of People and Culture
BlueRock Therapeutics, LLC
Addie  Swartz
CEO
reacHIRE
Learning Objectives
- Develop approaches for supporting the retention and career growth of women
- Identify strategies companies are using to support women’s careers
- Implement ideas to navigate your career, learning from other female professionals

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 Price LevelRegular
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Registration: Regular Registration

 Member$10.00
 Member - Euro€8.00
 Non-Member$20.00
 Non-Member - Euro€17.00

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