Retention of Working Mothers
This is a study of challenges facing professional woman in the development of work life balance after the birth of a child. In explores how such events can affect the employment status of mothers, as well the ability of firms to retain female talent. In particular it looks at how simple organizational changes, such as the including of flex-time and flex-place can affect retention, moral, and perceived work life balance
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