Would you like to share your opinions, insights, and concerns about how employers can support their female employees while these employees pursue their commitment to being great mothers?
My colleague Elise Jones is conducting a study looking at factors that influence whether mothers and prospective mothers take advantage of employer-provided work/life support programs, and what impact those programs have.
Anyone who is or has been in the workplace while pregnant, mothering a child under age 18, or undergoing fertility treatments or seeking adoption is invited to take the online survey at www.bit.ly/worklifemom. Results will be used to develop a set of tools to help employers seeking to support mothers in the workplace.
The survey takes 15-20 minutes to complete. It asks about what work/life supports participants have used and why, the impact of these programs, and perceptions of people who use work/life supports.
All qualifying participants will be entered to win a $25 Amazon.com gift card. The survey will be open through November 23rd. Any questions can be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’ve got a little bit of time (we know you have insights) scoot on over and help a working mom out…
here’s the survey: www.bit.ly/worklifemom