Women at Work 2022: Full recovery from the pandemic has proven elusive
It has been two years since the pandemic upended the traditional office-setting workforce, which forced many to work at home in response to safety concerns and emergent family priorities. In that time, workers reprioritized their life and reevaluated their current jobs and roles.
In an interview with CNN’s Christine Romans, ADP Chief Economist Nela Richardson will reveal the latest research illuminating the state of women at work today, exploring women’s return to work since the start of the pandemic and how it has varied across industries.
Join the complimentary virtual summit for Women@Work 2022 here.