The economic outlook after COVID-19 is still shaky. A gender equitable jobs recovery needs some serious focus. Even though the situation continues, the economy in the United States is showing some signs of recovery. However Hispanic and black women are still left behind in the big picture, with many still unemployed after the wave of […]
COVID Made Childcare Unreliable – Now What?
Childcare during COVID has become a minefield. Lockdown, closed…open again, but only fifty percent capacity. Closed again…home school… make your own alternate arrangements. COVID has made childcare unreliable. Now what? COVID-19 has been deteriorating for health so far, and when it comes to childcare, children are more prone to getting infected with the coronavirus. Now, […]
Job Market vs. COVID-19
How has the pandemic affected the job market for women? The attack of the Coronavirus outbreak will leave a long-lasting effect, and the job market will be affected for potentially years in this unrelenting downturn. During this pandemic, we jumped from the best labor market to the terrible in the last 60 years. Millions of […]
Remote work: Improving Relations With Coworkers
Remote work: Improving Relations With Coworkers Remote work can be a double edged sword In remote work, you lose the advantage of face-to-face interaction with other co-workers. When you communicate only through computers, it can be difficult to get those non-verbal insights about your co-workers, and the trust cannot be developed that is built between […]