There is a major talent gap in the
market right now. Between a talent
shortage and impending retirements,
the market needs to look at
alternative ways to staff their
ACCORDING TO THE
A study by Ernst & Young has found that women working part-time are the most productive in the workforce.1
A study by Quartz detected that people who worked part-time, around 25 to 30 hours a week, showed the sharpest cognitive skills.
Bottom Line Growth Recruitment conducted a survey with a specific talent pool that often gets overlooked.
Women who were formerly in professional roles that opted to leave the workforce to raise children.
We surveyed Milwaukee based working moms and stay at home moms.
Would consider a return to the workforce
Feel flexibility is the biggest concern in reentering workforce
former experience was
across functional areas with
in business professional roles
WHY EMPLOYERS SHOULD
Study after study shows that productivity increases substantially.
Lower cost employee
with a higher return.
Contribute to better socioeconomic health.
A part-time/flexible work arrangement allows for a supportive family dynamic. It allows a parent to be present before/after school hours.
This gives working Moms a sense of accomplishment and contribution in their professional life, and also a sense of security that they can be home for their children when they are not in school.
Employers offering at least part-time telecommuting flexibility collectively save $44 billion each year.