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During this female-led recession, returnships could be part of the solution, proponents say. “It’s even more critical that companies and our society really figure out how to create on-ramps for this great talent,” said Addie Swartz, CEO of reacHIRE.
Climbing a ladder or scaling a jungle gym are both independent endeavors, fraught with danger and surrounded by people who are all trying to do the same thing without falling off. Instead, I prefer the concept of a moveable bridge that enables me to cross with others — an adaptable yet secure way to reach
Check out reacHIRE CEO, Addie Swartz on WBZ | CBS Boston, as she discusses pathways for returning to work after a career break. Also hear Verina LeGrand (she-hers-her)’s inspirational story of joining Fidelity Investments after a two-year career break, following a tragic accident. A career break does not have to be a career breaker!
In this Wall Street Journal article, reacHIRE CEO Addie Swartz shares her tips for job seekers to get a leg up in their job search during the Covid era.
For decades, women have inched forward, only to be stymied by a steady stream of socio-economic pressures. This crisis is a huge setback for women and years of progress is at risk. As leaders, we must determine how to make the investments and mindset changes needed to put women on a new pandemic-era path to