Articles by Shelley Giles Jones
Where have all the women gone? In a post-COVID-19 workplace, increased flexibility is vital
Our five-part series on women in the workforce concludes with a call to expand flexible work in all areas — location, hours and roles/responsibilities.
Where have all the women gone? Total rewards aren’t totally rewarding for half the workforce
The persistent gender pay disparity creates a no-win situation for women to remain in the workforce—causing them to hit the glass ceiling and fall flat instead of breaking through.
Where have all the women gone? COVID-19 sends support systems up in smoke, leading women to burnout—and drop out
The third in a five-part series, this installment looks at the challenge of mental wellness and burnout among the female workforce and how employers can better support their female employees.
Where have all the women gone? Finding equilibrium between board room and romper room
Studies show caregiving falls on the shoulders of women in our society. Creating more avenues and infrastructure within our workplaces and society for caregivers will go a long way toward more sustainable workplaces for women.