- Women are more likely to have been impacted economically by the pandemic and more likely to work in sectors suffering job losses
- One in four women have said they are thinking about reducing or leaving paid work due to company inflexibility, caring responsibilities and stress
- Women were the majority of those on temporary contracts (53%) and on zero-hours contracts (55%)
- Women in mid-career – often sandwiched between child and elder care – are likely to be particularly disadvantaged
Women are crucial to our recovery from the pandemic
- The key women’s financial challenges that HR/line managers should be aware of
- How financial, mental and physical wellbeing are linked
- Ways in which women can be supported at different life stages across their career
- Case study: illustrating the concrete difference support of women is making – both for colleagues and for the business
- Mridula Pore, Co-CEO and Co-founder, Peppy
- Keris Marsden, Director of Nutrition and Weight Management, Peppy
- Sarah Murphy, Senior Health, Social Care and Welfare Systems Strategy Lead, Money & Pensions Service
- Cath Laycock, Technical Specialist, Money & Pensions Service
The content is designed for HR Leaders, Talent, Engagement and Communication Leaders, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Leaders, Wellbeing Leaders and Champions. In other words, anyone who is responsible for the wellbeing of female colleagues.
The webinar is open to all but is particularly relevant for organisations with 500+ employees.
We look forward to seeing you there. If you can’t make the date/time, go ahead and register anyway and we’ll send you the recording a few days after the session.