On this episode, we might be taking a tough have a look at how moms specifically faired during the last yr, the affect that the pandemic had on them, and the way employers higher place themselves to assist moms and create a spot for them within the subsequent regular. The problem might be mentioned from an HR perspective in addition to an employment regulation perspective.
Our first visitor is Kara Shea, an lawyer with Butler Snow in Nashville, TN. Kara is a member and Follow Group Chief for Labor and Employment. She often counsels purchasers in monetary providers, healthcare, and residential well being industries on employment regulation compliance. She has in depth trial and appellate expertise in Tennessee and across the nation.
Our different visitor is Michelle Keefe, CEO of Momup. As a keep at residence mother, Michelle found like lots of her buddies she needed to proceed her profession path with companies that worth work/life stability. She discovered herself surrounded by extremely educated, expert, energetic multitasking mega stars that had been unemployed and searching for new thrilling challenges. She realized by forging partnerships with progressive firms and connecting them with expert expertise Mother Up may make a big impact. She holds a graduate diploma from Harvard College and an ungraduated diploma from the College of Notre Dame.