The SHEcession: Why women are withdrawing from the workforce

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There’s an alarming trend – some might even call it a crisis – underway in the U.S. workforce.

It’s the SHEcession, the term used to describe the COVID-19-induced recession in which women have quit their jobs or scaled back their participation in the workforce at rates far higher than men.

The SHEcession threatens to erase the gains women have made toward equal representation at all organizational levels over the last several decades, and its impacts may be felt for years to come.

COVID-19’s impact on women

Through the first few months of 2020, gender equity in the workplace

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