According to the White House, there are now 3.7 million fewer women working than there were in February 2020, in large part because of the pandemic, eroding more than 30
According to the White House, there are now 3.7 million fewer women working than there were in February 2020, in large part because of the pandemic, eroding more than 30 years of progress in women’s labor force participation. What will this mean for women who are returning to the office after working from home for over a year, and how can we best support them?
Join us for an engaging panel discussion with a diverse group of women from across the insurance industry who will share their experiences over the past year, and make recommendations for a more supportive working environment that acknowledges – and respects – the unique circumstances of working women. The panel will be moderated by Margaret Resce Milkint, Women in Insurance Chair and Global Insurance Practice Leader at Diversified Search Group.
Following the panel, we will hear from Wellbeing Strategist, Michelle Dickinson of Care for Your People, who will discuss the importance of psychological resilience and the ways in which companies can support their employees by leading with empathy.
Featured Speakers Include:
Sarah Y. Cho, Senior Claim Director, Chubb
Deborah S. Morris, Senior Vice President, Commercial Lines, Verisk
Margaret Spence, President & CEO, C. Douglas & Associates; Founder, The Inclusion Learning Lab