Here is an overview of what is taking place in the staffing industry for March.
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Let’s take a moment to reflect on women in the workplace.
The 1870 US Census was the first to provide a snapshot of women in the workplace. At that time, women composed 15% of the total workforce. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, women now comprise nearly half of the US labor force at 46.8%.
The Staffing industry has come a long way with gender equality. While it was once perceived as a more male-oriented industry, gender roles in staffing are now far more balanced and equal.
An analysis was done in 2020 showing large staffing firms at the median, women comprised 56% of internal staff, but 26% of executives and 16% of board members. The issue has been identified and strategies and initiatives for advancing women in the staffing industry are a priority amongst private and public staffing firms.
Who should attend:
Staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industry owners, principals, chief executive officers, presidents; team managers and leaders; industry professionals.
It is not uncommon to assume that all women are responsible for stepping up to the plate when discussing gender inequality. However, it is just as crucial for men to step up and advocate for and support these efforts. Securing allies on the frontlines of gender equity and supporting women is a significant part of the staffing industry’s future growth and success of your business.
During the webinar, you will hear from an allyship of men and women and learn how their experience,
During this webinar, you will hear from three male-female allyships and learn about their experiences, relationships, and perceptions of the importance of having and cultivating male allies.
The webinar takes place on March 16th, 2022, and runs from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM Eastern time.
Increased challenges on mental health in the workplace is not new news; your employees are burned out! Burnout isn’t only a result of long hours. Many other factors such as co-worker or supervisor conflict, unclear job expectations, feeling unheard, and lack of connection can all contribute.
According to Monster.com, burnout is the #1 reason people look for a new job.
Additionally, MHA reports that 76% of employees say workplace stress makes them depressed and are now 3x more likely to report mental health concerns than before the pandemic. As staffing agency owners and leaders, you have your internal and contract employees to consider.
How can you support your employees with their well-being? Here are 5 ideas to get you started!
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