Women are staying in the work force more than reported

07/11/2008 | Workforce Management Online

Fewer than 8% of professional women leave their careers for a year or more during their childbearing years, according to a recent study. Additionally, more mothers are working full time than before. This information means employers need to reconsider how they recruit and retain women. Offering equal pay and alternative work schedules to help balance work and life are key to retaining women workers.

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