What HR can do to keep Black women from leaving the workforce

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“It’s exhausting being resilient all the time.”

That was what one woman of color told WerkLabs, the data and insights division of The Mom Project, a digital talent marketplace for working mothers, as the organization sought to uncover the ongoing impact of the pandemic on women.

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While women have borne the brunt of the pandemic-driven job losses over the last year, women of color in particular have been disproportionately impacted. For instance, in December, Black, Hispanic and Asian women comprised all of the job losses for women. While women of color are more likely to work in industries hard hit by the

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