One in four women are considering leaving work or reducing their career. Many women feel they are doing it all, but not doing any of it very well.

Pressures created by the pandemic are causing women to experience certain challenges more than men. These include worrying their performance is being judged because of caregiving responsibilities, feeling the need to be available to work at all hours, feeling blind-sided by decisions that affect their daily work routine, housework and caregiving responsibilities and discomfort in sharing their challenges at work.

Nora T. Akins, of Strategic Management, uses employment law and neuroscience to make the world kinder, one workplace at a time. Reach Nora at 219-873-1735 or nora@manage

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