Two years into the pandemic and the concept of work and career has changed tremendously for everyone, especially women. Many women have left the workforce. Many have had to do the delicate balance of managing their careers and family life while working from home. A vast number have joined the "Great Resignation" to rethink where, how, and why we work.
If you look at LinkedIn, you will notice a trend of women sharing their truths about their work lives, including very personal stories of their children, spouses, tragedies, and much more during this challenging time. If anything, the pandemic has allowed us to see the vulnerable side of what it is like to be a working woman today, and it's ok not to be ok.
As the pandemic starts to wind down, what will the future of work look like for women? In this podcast episode, we explore these topics and speak with three women leaders in technology to share their stories and discuss the careful balancing it takes to be a working woman in tech today. Our guests are Debi Besmer, Sr. Director of Business Development at ENS, Casey Huffling, Senior Vice President of North America Sales at ScanSource, and Katie Rankin, Head of Human Resources at Stratix.
While nobody has a crystal ball, it's clear that the current climate means businesses must be as nimble and efficient as possible so they can handle whatever difficulties may come. The Stratix 2023 Enterprise Mobility Outlook research shows that companies are investing in mobile solutions to do just that. 86% are using more mobile now than in the last three years.