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  • I encourage you to read it

    I encourage you to read it

    I encourage you to read it. I’ve been dreaming again. essay And it remains on a gut wrenching matter if many people ask these following days. His comment on so many time mattersthe coronaviruss impact on small business, yes, but also urban gentrification, the impossible economics of the restaurant industry, which employs both, income inequality, and our current demand, Instagram culture that deals with open distain Hamilton


  • The question of quitting

    The question of quitting

    The question of leave. We have all read about the many ways that this pandemic is disproportionately underserved women. Hello, readers broadsheet! European venture capital is worse for women of financing the employment of the United States Emma spoke to Angelashe asked not to use his last name (for obvious reasons) a mother who plans to leave his job in the outdoor industry to help relieve some of its burden FAMILYS custody. Between the financial strain become a household whose income and damage a breakdown of labor women may impose long-term career prospects and earning potential for life, this is a frightening trend. In recent weeks, you have never been the life of the pandemic era would be easier to manage if you could quit your job? If so, you are definitely not alone. And if you missed the Fortune virtual conversation about Seattle’s response to Covid 19 outbreakbased Erika Frys function in the latest issue of Fortune, you can watch a replay here. asian To get delivered daily to your inbox, sign up here. Worse, it appears to affect some women more than others: the survey found that 26% of Hispanic women said they plan to leave their jobs, against 15% of black women and Asian and 12% white women. In fact, Emma has a report this morning on a new survey of the software company pay equity syndio which revealed that 14% of women have seriously considered leaving their job because of family demands created by the crisis Covid 19 . VCs, some Latin American countries separate the sexes in public to control the spread of the coronavirus, and women are more likely to have considered leaving their jobs during the pandemic. This is the web version of the broadsheet, Fortunes daily newsletter and the worlds most powerful women. Much of my decision is how she said, to take better care of my children Emma


  • Diversity in a downturn

    Diversity in a downturn

    Diversity in a recession. Leaders say their criteria layoff is the function of employment and is colorblind, written Kavel. According to March data, the female unemployment rate increased by 0.9% while that of men ticked up 0.7%. Kavel has advice on how leaders can avoid slashing diversity as they try to cut costs. This slowdown, of course, is different than the previous, but the pointthat treatment of marginalized workers bellwetheris data can be one to keep in mind. And 2019 research Fortune and Great Place to Work partner explains why the stakes of such consideration are so highbeyond individual livelihoods. previous The S & P 500, for example, declined from 35.5% of equity performance in the period between 2007 and 2009, while companies whose key employee groups have very positive experiences reported a gain of 14.4%. Write to HBR, Alexandra Kalev, a sociology professor at Tel Aviv University, said that based on his research, executives Whos determined laid off according to each job or money and drained terms of race diversityin and genderfrom their teams Consequently. One factor is that women are over-represented in the types of jobs being positions of slashedservice industry in hospitality, travel, and retail, for example. As Elise Gould of the Economic Policy Institute told NPR last week, discrimination in the labor market has led a disproportionate share of women in jobs that may be subject to job loss. Sixty percent of the 700,000 jobs lost last month belonged to women. thats seen some 22 million lose their jobs in a period of four weeks was particularly brutal to women. They are less likely to be managers, who are more likely to keep their jobs in rounds of layoffs, she said