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Supporting women at work might seem like something we can take for granted in this post #MeToo age. In reality, we should be asking, “How can companies support women, especially working mothers, to perform at their best?”  

 You sometimes hear people asking, “Why should I support someone who’s taking time off to care for her children? That’s her choice and I don’t want to have to do extra work because of it!” Look at it this way… If no one takes care of the children, who is going to pay into Social Security when you get old? Who is going to do the work when you’re no longer able to?  

It’s a great thing that fathers are increasingly stepping up to do their share of childcare. The old business paradigm—which was created by men for men with the assumption that there would be a wife raising the children and taking care of the home—no longer works. Not for anyone. Watch this new video and learn more about how and why we should support women at work.

 

https://youtu.be/ozB1Tu2zhoQ?utm_source=blog&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=09092018

 

Success in the workplace is compatible with a thriving family and personal life. Supporting women at work is the best thing for your business, and the country as a whole. If you want to improve your bottom line, ask yourself, “How can companies support women in their roles as worker and family caretaker? How do we adapt to the modern economic climate of diversity and falling birth rates?”  

Women at work are here to stay. We need to come together and support each other. That includes hiring and mentoring other women and creating a balanced business model that takes into account the needs of each person, regardless of gender.  

Whether you own a small business or are CEO of a multi-national corporation, supporting women at work is the right choice because it does make your bottom line look better. 

If you’d like watch similar articles and/or videos, check out other blogs on the The Women’s Code website or subscribe to my Youtube channel where I upload videos weekly.

 


Beate Chelette is the Founder of The Women’s Code and serves as the Programming Chair for the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO-LA). Once $135,000 in debt and a single mother, she successfully sold her business to Bill Gates in a multi-million dollar deal.

Beate’s supports organizations two-fold. Beate provides leadership development programs for organizations that want to implement the ROI of Balanced Leadership through The Women’s Code, her signature system that educates leaders and helps companies achieve gender equality. The Women’s Code creates and implements programs that improve organizational culture, foster productive work environments and help companies improve their people ROI.

As The Growth Architect she creates outreach and sponsorship programs through customized Entrepreneur skills training following the 5 Star Success Blueprint that shows step-by-step how to grow, build and scale businesses.

Beate is a respected speaker and mentor and is the author of the #1 International Amazon Bestseller “Happy Woman Happy World – How to Go From Overwhelmed to Awesome”, a book that corporate trainer and best-selling author Brian Tracy calls “a handbook for every woman who wants health, success and a fulfilling career.”

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