„The pandemic has been especially difficult for women at work. And now, after years of hardship, women’s hard-won progress in leadership is actually rolling back“, schreibt Rani Molla bei Vox.
„In some sense, this is the latest installment of the Great Resignation, in which everyone from front-line workers to bosses has been increasingly willing to quit their jobs for better conditions somewhere else, while a tight job market makes it possible. But in another sense, this is a logical conclusion to what has been frustratingly slow progress for women in the workplace. It seems as though women leaders have had enough.“
Mollas Fazit: „Workers’ willingness to leave to get what they want out of work is the main hallmark of the Great Resignation. If there’s a way to stop the trend of workers quitting, perhaps more companies need to be proactive about giving those workers what they want.“ #herCAREER #genderequality