reacHIRE CEO Addie Swartz was recently honored at the Concord Museum in Massachusetts as part of a special exhibition, Every Path Laid Open: Women of Concord & the Quest for Equality. A longtime Concord resident, attendee of the museum, and admirer of important Concordians – especially Little Women author Louisa May Alcott – Addie led
When Boston’s Acting Mayor announced in June that all City Hall employees must be back at their office desks within six weeks, the reaction was akin to another very unpopular declaration in Boston’s history. But instead of tea, frustrated employees considered throwing their resignation letters into Boston Harbor. “It just seems so incredibly disrespectful” said
Celebrating all moms, moms to be, and mother figures in our lives after a year when…. working moms also became at-home moms, some scaling down or exiting the workforce regardless of whether they loved their work, to keep their families safe and sanity intact. all moms shouldered additional duties like teacher, entertainment director, and supply
Originally published in Forbes, and written by: Addie Swartz, CEO of reacHIRE. As business leaders commit to bringing the 2.4 million women forced to leave the workforce during the pandemic back to work, we cannot forget about the women currently hanging on by their fingernails in a Corporate America that was already stacked against them.
Women’s History Month 2021: Challenge, Congratulate & Celebrate At reacHIRE, we believe in challenging the status quo for women in the workplace everyday. It is at the core of our mission to empower women at all ages and stages of their careers through return-to-work programs and employer-sponsored virtual communities for small groups of women. But