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Tag Archives: Women in Business

Report: NJ women back to work, not back to normal


A study from the Rutgers Center for Women and Work analyzing how the pandemic affected child care access, employment and earnings found that while participation rates are mostly back to where they had been, more women are cutting back on hours or moving to part-time work. According to Executive Director Debra Lancaster, “This is the part of the ‘She-cession’ that no one is talking about."

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NJBIZ Conversations: Ellen Marshall

Ellen Marshall, executive vice president and regional head of Middle Market Banking for New York and New Jersey at Santander, speaks with NJBIZ Editor Jeff Kanige on Feb. 9, 2022.

The executive vice president of Santander and regional head of Middle Market Banking for New York and Jersey discusses the bank's priorities in the area, what business owners and executives should look out for over the coming months and how a global financial services giant serves local communities.

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NJBIZ panel lays out strategies for women in business

"In no moment in history have these issue been more apparent than during this pandemic," said Linda Wellbrock, the founder of Leading Women Entrepreneurs and the moderator for the discussion. "It's even been referred to now as the 'she-cession." The panelists were Gillian Bleimann, executive vice president at Berje Inc.; Jennifer Garrard, vice president for human resources at Brother International Inc.; Lisa Osofsky, senior partner at Mazars; and Julie Tattoni, a partner at Windels Marx.

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Women rising

Nearly half of women worldwide are planning to change jobs in the next six months, and 1 in 5 plan to start their own business in the next year, educational consultant Pearson reported in October. The stories of two budding entrepreneurs illustrate how attitudes toward work and careers are changing.

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