There are 7 things affecting female talent retention in your business that you may not be aware of.
Whether working from the office or from home, there are unspoken challenges faced by many women returners.
To attract and keep female parent employees, and to have them perform at their highest level, employer policies must acknowledge and reflect real life.
But it can be hard to address women returners’ challenges if you don’t know what they are!
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- The right conversations at the right time >>
- Physical challenges or symptoms she won’t tell you about >>
- Reasons for time off she won’t tell you about >>
- Why she’s sometimes less focussed or engaged >>
- … and more!
Right now, in May 2020, the life of a working or returning parent is more stressful than ever, and this is a logistical, financial and social challenge no one was prepared for. Physical and mental health may be further compromised due to isolation and anxiety.
Many women are dealing with health issues they are unlikely to discuss at work, but that directly affect mental health, confidence and ability to thrive or excel in the workplace, remote or otherwise.
🤯 30% of women say that pelvic health issues have affected their performance or focus at work.
🙊 41% of women have taken time off work for health issues that they did not want to discuss with their boss.
🙈 36% of women have dealt with anxiety, embarrassment or discomfort at work due to pelvic health issues*
The real reasons behind time off, lack of focus or engagement… may not be what you think. Download this FREE New Report from MUTU Corporateto find out what may be affecting productivity and profitability in your organisation right now…
*MUTU System online poll of 150 women