What Women Want
It has been called the women’s recession. More women are unemployed than have been for 20 years. Lone mothers have to actively seek work once their youngest child is five. Retirement age has gone from 60 to 67 in one generation.
This session will ask the convention to consider if women face particular issues that should be considered within welfare to work. If they do, how can providers:
· Design and procure effective delivery and supply chains
· Support women to find a job, re-enter the workforce after a time away and progress within the workplace.
Come join the debate.