Finding proper child care is a global concern, and one that significantly affects working women. While nearly every developed nation provides some degree of family leave and caregiving support, the differences in philosophies and practices from country to country are striking.

Prior to the pandemic, when the availability of products was taken for granted, the supply chain was virtually invisible to the general public. Now, as governments and businesses seek to restore order to this vital network, historic congestion at major ports, empty store shelves, and frustrated consumers may force the industry to self-reflect on long-standing practices and working conditions.


Reentry Programs Bring Back Skilled, Savvy Workers

The demand for reentry engineers and technologists expected to soar as economic recovery, infrastructure work, and diversity and inclusion efforts take priority.