The Mom Project’s commitment to support our employer partners in building a better workplace is stronger than ever during this uncertain time. The U.S. government is responding to the economic hardship caused by COVID-19 and their impacts on small businesses and individuals. Our goal is to help you understand what resources are available through federal legislation, provide you with accurate and up-to-date information, and help you navigate this rapidly evolving legal and regulatory landscape.
Employees are asking for more flexibility in the workplace, but many companies have struggled to respond: only 47% of employees cite having access to the flexibility they need.1 As companies across the globe adapt to the current environment, addressing the need for productive remote teams is no longer optional.
We're excited to announce that The Mom Project has acquired Werk, the first-of-its-kind people analytics platform focused on flexibility. Their insights will join with our research division, MP Labs, to expand our employee experience and workplace productivity analytics offering as WerkLabs.
The Mom Project and Beeline, a global leader in software solutions for sourcing and managing the extended workforce, have partnered to connect women with rewarding work opportunities and employers that respect their work-life integration considerations.
TL;DR: Serena sees the magic of moms and has joined The Mom Project as a Strategic Advisor in an effort to #ChampionMoms.
Claire Potter is an Atlanta native and the Director of Institutional Sales Support at Invesco, joining the company after working internationally in London and Sydney early in her career. Together, Claire and her husband are raising their 2-year-old daughter and are expecting their second child any day now. "Being a working mother has made me twice as productive as I was before motherhood in all aspects of my life."